FSU students can use the equations in mathematics to solve common math problems, as a new curriculum guide aims to prepare them for college admission.

The new curriculum is aimed at students with disabilities.

FSU’s Math for All initiative aims to teach students about math and to create a new set of resources for students to use in their learning.

The FSU-led initiative includes math courses, a special math class for students with special needs, and a math course for students who can’t read.

“We know the problems we’re facing, the skills we need to have to compete with the world and we know how to get there,” said Nicole Matson, assistant professor of mathematics at FSU.

“We know how much we need math, we know that math is the way of the future.”

In the new curriculum, students learn to use math and other skills in order to solve a wide variety of math problems.

They learn the basic concepts of basic arithmetic, geometry, geometry with a camera, and linear algebra.

In addition, the curriculum includes an introductory mathematics class and a “math for all” math course that includes math questions, math solutions and problems.FSU students with an intellectual disability are required to take the math for all math class.

Students with disabilities have been using the FSU math program for about six years.

“There’s a lot of stuff in this course, it’s a great way to get the students to be able to understand the basic concept of mathematics, to understand basic concepts like what’s the number of times you can use square root or addition or multiplication,” said Matson.

“Students who are learning mathematics are able to do math questions that can be applied to the real world, and that is really a big thing that’s really important for our students,” she said.

The new curriculum for FSU is available to download here.

Students will also be able access the FSM Math for Access program.

The program provides free tutoring to students with learning disabilities and provides them with access to the FSME Math and Science Learning Lab.

“If they want to take a math class, I think they can do that, but if they want help with math, they have to take an extra class,” Matson said.

“And then they have the option to do a test, but they can’t do that,” she added.