Regardless of the career path that you choose, the ability to define and formulate problems, find solutions and communicate your results is critical. You will have one project in Intermediate Algebra that will allow you to demonstrate your skills and help your teachers assess the General Education Outcomes (listed below) as stated by Barton County Community College. General Education Outcomes Fundamental outcomes: The student shall develop: F-1. An ability and willingness to think critically about any subject area and to generate logical questions. F-2. Problem-solving skills that can be used to seek answers to questions that arise within any subject area. F-3. A set of values, attitudes, and beliefs within the context of any subject area. F-4. An understanding of the historical perspective of a given subject area and how the history of a human endeavor has interacted with development of the subject area. F-5. A knowledge of information storage, access, and retrieval and how information technologies relate to a given subject area. F-6. An appreciation of the multicultural aspects of human endeavor and how this relates to the development of a given subject within different cultures. F-7. An understanding of relevance of a given subject to the individual students life and how the student can develop habits that encourage life-long, independent learning.

Regardless of the career path that you choose, the ability to define and formulate problems, find solutions and communicate your results is critical. You will have one project in Intermediate Algebra that will allow you to demonstrate your skills and help your teachers assess the General Education Outcomes (listed below) as stated by Barton County Community College. General Education Outcomes Fundamental outcomes: The student shall develop: F-1. An ability and willingness to think critically about any subject area and to generate logical questions. F-2. Problem-solving skills that can be used to seek answers to questions that arise within any subject area. F-3. A set of values, attitudes, and beliefs within the context of any subject area. F-4. An understanding of the historical perspective of a given subject area and how the history of a human endeavor has interacted with development of the subject area. F-5. A knowledge of information storage, access, and retrieval and how information technologies relate to a given subject area. F-6. An appreciation of the multicultural aspects of human endeavor and how this relates to the development of a given subject within different cultures. F-7. An understanding of relevance of a given subject to the individual students life and how the student can develop habits that encourage life-long, independent learning.

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