Quantitative Analysis I

This course is designed to introduce students to basic and some intermediate concepts of number sense and quantitative analysis. The course is designed to help students conceptualize abstract quantitative concepts as they relate to real‐world problems and everyday life. The course provides extensive examples and practice to help students explain and apply the concepts. The course covers basic number sense, algebraic concepts, geometry and visual modeling, and probability.


Course Information

Perform basic mental calculations including estimation, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, rounding, and factoring.

Bloom’s level 2

Analyze, calculate, and convert basic fraction equations including proper, mixed, improper, equivalent, common, and uncommon denominators.

Bloom’s level 4

Identify, analyze, and evaluate problems with decimals, ratios and proportions, and rational proportions.

Bloom’s level 5

Analyze and evaluate algebraic equations, including basic equations and inequalities.

Bloom’s level 5

Analyze and evaluate functions, systems of equations, and exponential and logarithmic graphics.

Bloom’s level 5

Identify and analyze elements of a coordinate plane as it relates to linear equations and functions.

Bloom’s level 4

Analyze and evaluate basic geometric shapes and equations.

Bloom’s level 5

Analyze data, identify the correct graphic representation, and evaluate graphs to solve problems.

Bloom’s level 4

Analyze data and calculate descriptive statistics.

Bloom’s level 4

Analyze and evaluate data to determine basic statistics such as measures of spread, normal distribution, z-scores, confidence intervals, correlation, and regression.

Bloom’s level 5

Analyze and calculate basic probability such as permutations, combinations, events, and simple probability.

Bloom’s level 5

Analyze and calculate probability such as two events, AND probability, OR probability, and conditional probability.

Bloom’s level 5

Course Outline

Mouse over each module to see its contents.

Module #1

Module #2

Module #3

Module #4

Module #5

Module #6

Module #7

Module #8

Module #9

Module #10

How Our Syllabus Stacks Up (Syllabus Equivalency)

Syllabi for equivalent courses from four other institutions were reviewed. The following table represents the coverage of rigor in terms of number of assessments and content in a TEL course as it relates to other similar courses.


4 Year Public Research Unversity #1

4 Year Public Research Unversity #2

4 Year Public Research Unversity #3

4 Year Regional Public College

 Lesson   Quizzes



4 Mastery AssignmentsVariable Homework and Written AssignmentsVariable AssignmentsVariable Online Homework AssignmentsVariable

 Module   Quizzes



Midterm Exam

Final Exam

Final ExamFinal ExamFinal ExamFinal Exam


N/AN/AN/AN/AVarious Reviews in Preparation for the Quizzes and Exams

Lesson Features

Each of our lessons is designed as self-contained learning environment that provides all the context, explanation, and resources you need to learn about a specific topic. We give you the information you need in a format that helps you apply it in your daily life.


Knowing why a topic matters and how it applies to your experience is an important part of learning anything. That’s why we make sure you have the proper context for the information we give you.

Video Overview

Every TEL Library lesson features a video overview of the information being presented. Our videos provide helpful text callouts and a downloadable transcript.


We provide two different readings that elaborate information related to the lesson topic. The first gives you essential, objective information while the second offers a deeper look at a specific sub-topic or a view of different perspectives.

Check Your Knowledge

Developing a clear understanding of a topic generally requires that you spend time reflecting on the meaning or impact of its concepts and information. We facilitate this reflection with polls designed to help you create connections to the topic.



It’s easy to get tripped up on unfamiliar terms when you’re trying to learn something new. We’ve developed in-line glossary definitions of key terms to help make lessons easier to read and understand.

Toolbox Resources

We know that our lessons are simply a starting point for many learners. That’s why we provide a toolbox with related web resources for each lesson so that you can continue your learning journey on a specific topic.



For Higher Ed

TEL Education works with its Higher Ed partners to deliver online courses for college credit to high schools at affordable prices and in a variety of models. Contact us to learn how you can get started quickly with a branded collegiate academy program for your students.

For High School

TEL Education courses provide a high-quality, scalable solution for launching collegiate academy programs, enhancing existing dual-credit initiatives, or addressing the need for online general education courses for non-campus students.

Request a Quote

Are you a homeschool parent or an independent learner looking to purchase a course? Get a personal license at TEL Learning.

Start Learning Today.