The assignments for Math for Liberal Arts include a variety of problem sets, writing tasks, and discussion prompts that focus on reinforcing certain learning outcomes for each module.

For convenience, the assignments have been preloaded into the assignment tool in your learning management system (Blackboard, Canvas, etc.), where they can be used as is, modified, combined with your own assignments, or removed altogether. You can also preview them below:

The following discussion assignments can be imported into the discussion-board tool in your learning management system. They can also be modified or removed. You can preview them below:

Discussion Assignments and Alignment | |
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Discussion | Module |

Discussion: Historical Counting Systems | Module 1: Historical Counting Systems |

Discussion: Problem Solving Application | Module 2: General Problem Solving |

Discussion: Application of Geometry | Module 2: General Problem Solving |

Discussion: Measurement | Module 3: Measurement |

Discussion: Graph Theory | Module 4: Graph Theory |

Discussion: Chaos | Module 5: Fractals |

Discussion: Set Theory | Module 6: Set Theory and Logic |

Discussion: Logic | Module 6: Set Theory and Logic |

Discussion: Voting Theory | Module 7: Voting Theory |

Discussion: Growth Models | Module 8: Growth Models |

Discussion: Modeling Growth | Module 8QR: Modeling Growth |

Discussion: Finance | Module 9: Finance |

Discussion: Financial Literacy | Module 9QR: Financial Literacy |

Discussion: Collecting Data | Module 10: Statistics: Collecting Data |

Discussion: Describing Data | Module 11: Statistics: Describing Data |

Discussion: Statistical Thinking | Module 11QR: Statistical Thinking |

Discussion: Probability | Module 12: Probability |

Discussion: Final Reflection |