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I took my final for Math 105 today, a class that I've done through correspondence with the University of Arizona. So, if all is well with the world, that should finish my requirements for the BA in History. With that in hand I can start making headway towards my MLIS.
Strange thing was that the test had a couple questions on it that had little to do with math. One example dealt with a statistical portion where one had to describe setting up a clinical study. That's 100% relevant to the math. Then after that there was a question regarding the moral and ethical issues involved with the study.
This is Maaaaaaath. Not ethics, not morality, not philosophy. What's the point of that question?
Oh well, at least it's over.