Impact of Mathematic Culture on the Quality of College Students

Yuzi JIN


A university is an important base to inherit, lead, and innovate culture. Mathematic culture is an important component of college students’ cultural literacy. With the development of higher education and the expanding of enrollment, it is essential that universities pay more attention to mathematic culture to enhance both the college students’ quality and core competitiveness, and the universities’ soft power.


Mathematic culture; Quality of college students; Effect

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