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.
foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.
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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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Pre Algebra is to help you build up to Algebra I. It is almost like an introduction to Algebra I
Advanced algebra or College Algebra is the Algebra that comes after Algebra 2. Its essentially algebra II but digs deeper in each section. If I remember correctly, I had to graph almost everything and or find its domain and range. Advanced Algebra deals with polynomial functions and their graph, geometric and arithmetic sequences, conics, logarithms, systems of three equations, an introduction to matrix algebra, exponential functions, and the binomial theorem. Advanced Algebra should not be confused with Algebra I(beginning algebra) or Algebra II(intermediate Algebra).
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No, Pre-Algebra is a course that precedes Algebra 1. Some programs do not require students to take Pre Algebra before Algebra 1, but they are not equivalent.
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Pre-algebra is where you just learn the basics of Algebra and Algebra two is way more advanced with new information and taking the concepts you learned in pre-algebra and algebra to the next level.
Algebra 1 is a class/course that is on a higher level than Algebra.
There is no such thing as Muslim algebra. Muslims though created algebra.
Algebra is not answerd (or answered) because algebra is, in itself, not a question.
Algebra 2 is not just a repeat of algebra, you are still studying the form of math called algebra but algebra is a wide topic and in Algebra 2 your simply getting into the more advanced aspects of that topic.
You can get through many aspects of geometry without pre-algebra or algebra. However, when it comes to the measurement in geometry, you need algebra for that.
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