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Finite Mathematics

Study Finite Mathematics at The Beekman School

This elective in Mathematics reinforces and extends the mathematical foundation comes from a year’s study of both Algebra and Geometry. One aim of Finite Mathematics is to strengthen a student’s basic mathematical skills in accordance with the standards of the State Education Department.  A second basic aim is to enrich the student’s mathematical foundation with explorations of topics such as prime number theory, set theory, abstract group theory, and number theory which are not generally taught within the confines of syllabus math courses.  Finite Mathematics is both practical in its emphasis on review, and interesting in its varied selection of intriguing mathematical topics. 

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