The textbook content, assignments, and assessments for Mathematics for Liberal Arts are aligned to the following learning outcomes. Click here to see the Detailed List of Learning Outcomes.

## Module 1: Historical Counting Systems

- Early Counting Systems
- Positional Systems and Bases

## Module 2: General Problem Solving

- Proportional Relationships and a Bit of Geometry
- Solving Problems With Math

## Module 3: Measurement

- US Units of Measurement
- Systems and Scales of Measurement

## Module 4: Graph Theory

- Graph Theory Basics
- Euler and Hamiltonian Paths and Circuits

## Module 5: Fractals

- Fractal Basics
- Fractals Generated by Complex Numbers

## Module 6: Theory and Logic

- Set Theory Basics
- Logic Basics
- Analyzing Arguments With Logic

## Module 7: Voting Theory

- Preference Ballot Voting
- Approval Voting

## Module 8: Growth Models

- Linear and Geometric Growth
- Logarithms and Logistic Growth

## Module 9: Finance

- Simple and Compound Interest
- Annuities and Loans

## Module 10: Statistics: Collecting Data

- Data Collection Basics
- Sampling and Experimentation

## Module 11: Statistics: Describing Data

- Representing Data Graphically
- Numerical Summaries of Data

## Module 12: Probability

- Computing the Probability of an Event
- Applications With Probability