That I think is mostly an opinion. I think though that Algebra Buster is better.
well pre algebra is easier if that helps
Study and understand your mistakes
You'll certainly not fail BECAUSE you are good at algebra - you need to know algebra well, to understand calculus. So, it is not guaranteed that you will succeed, but if you are good at algebra, your chances are certainly a lot better than if your are not good at algebra.
It depends on how far you are on Pre-algebra. If you don't know anything, I recommend you take Pre-algebra 1. If you are advanced in Pre-algebra and you know variables and expressions then I recommend you take Pre-algebra 2
I recommend that you take the Pre-Algebra before taking Algebra I. Taking the Pre-Algebra has a strong potential of helping you understand Algebra I much more easily and much better. A strong background and understanding of Algebra can be the basis for doing very well in later math courses.
pure mathematics is mathematics studied and used reasons other than application. So some algebra certainly might be, but not all algebra. Modern or abstract algebra would fit better in that category.
Depending on your school they will go, Applied Geometry (D average or lower), Geometry ( C and above), Problem Solving A (D in geometry), Algebra 2 (C or better in Geometry), Problem solving B (D or lower in Algebra 2), Calculus AB (C or better in Algebra 2) and Calculus BC (requires AB)
Algebra 1 is in a way better than Pre-Algebra. Algebra 1 is more advanced than Pre-Algebra and will increase your chances in college. But of course there are higher levels than Algebra 1, and if you can master those or at least maintain a decent grade (as in B or higher and maybe a C but it depends on which college or school you are planning on going to). You should not want to take the easy road in life, and that is for everything you do. Pre-Algebra is an easy road and although you may bother to learn the basics and call it a success in life, you sould still go further and maybe you will become something greater tha you expect of yourself. So, the answer to your question is answered with another question: "Do you want to become more successful in life and do Pre-Algebra or are you going to do something maybe even higher than Algebra 1?"
Since "pre-" means before, then pre-algebra would be before algebra. Conversely, algebra would be after pre-algebra. Generally, the next class after a pre-algebra class would be Algebra I, followed by Algebra II.
Algebra 1,Geometry, Algebra 2/Trig, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Or Introduction To Statics/AP Statics. You MUST PASS Algebra 1 with a C or better.
Joggers do better in the long run
foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.
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Algebra was invented by the Muslim mathematician Al-Khwarizmi and is the Arabic word (aljabr) for "equation".
He was totally bewildered by the algebra and decided he had better ask for help.
If you really want to get an answer, ask a better question. I can't even tell what you are asking.
Algebra is a part of mathematics in which unknown quantities are found with the help of relations between the known and the unknown Look in a dictionary for better definition Maths Dictionary can be purchased in www.scholastic.com
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Pre-algebra preps you for algebra.2nd answer:Pre-AP-algebra is the same as Algebra I. Both are way harder than pre- algebra.
algebra 1a is the first part of algebra 1 and algebra 1b is the second part. :)
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Oh, please... How would being good at something make you bad at something else? That just doesn't make sense. Specifically in the case of calculus, you NEED math and algebra, so:If you have trouble with algebra, you will also have trouble with calculus, andIf you are good at algebra, your chances at calculus are much better.