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So I am trying to finish up my associates and in my extreme laziness I have put off math classes until now!
My adviser is not much help because it is mainly my choice, but I figured I'd ask here.
What's better to take?
Applied Calculus I with Statistics I
2 Semesters of Calculus with Analytic Geometry?
I don't know if I want to go biology or chemistry major so that's why I don't care which one, but I also suck sufficiently at math too.
Excuse me if my typing is bad There's probably a baby in my arms.
So you need 2 semesters of math and the first option is one of each of Calc and Stats?
Analytic Geometry with a Calculus base is going to be pretty challenging and I'm not sure how useful it will be, honestly. A semester of Calc and one of Stats will give you a pretty great foundation for whatever sciences you go towards - Stats supports Biology really well, and Calc gives you a generally good understanding of a lot of phenomena (like seriously I feel like I understand life better as a result of Calc I), and puts you in a good position to take useful physics classes later if you end up needing them.
Analytical Geometry is pretty intense, comparatively, and would be good for an engineer or architect maybe. *shrug*