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Trigonometry and Nursing

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I would have to find an alternate career path if I had to take trig. I had to take statistics ( and loved it!).

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We're required to have algebra, statistics, and at least one other math (higher level than algebra).

I took trig a few years ago when I wasn't sure of what my major was, but they accepted it for my BSN program. :chuckle

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... didn't want to intimidate you with my awesome mind boggling trig skills...

Hahahahahahahahahaha! :)

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My ADN program required College Algebra (Tennessee). The BSN program required Statistics (Texas). You might go online to a few of the local schools to look at their catalogs.

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I have a minor in applied math. Its amazing how much you will use math once you take it. Math will open your eyes to a whole new world..................

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I have a minor in applied math. Its amazing how much you will use math once you take it. Math will open your eyes to a whole new world..................

You are fortunate to have the type of mind that can appreciate the higher math. We aren't all so enlightened by the exposure, unfortunately!

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