Yes, I think so. I started with pre algebra first and i finished algebra with an A+. Its your choice.
It started in Egypt. That's why the word algebra comes from Egypt.
I'm in 7th grade And I started algebra in 6th grade. Is that what your looking for??
The history of algebra can be traced all the way back to the Ancient Babylonians. The term algebra is first found in a book written by Mohammed ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi.
Algebra, as the Arabic origin of its name suggests, originated with the work of the Persian mathematician al-KhwÄrizmÄ« (780 â€“ 850).
Not sure how to answer your question, however i know that the name Algebra came fom an Arabic name which was the person who started Algebra as we call it today......smart guy...
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.
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Probably for the same reason that it is still used today - namely, that it was found to be very useful.
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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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It's the same. Algebra = algebra in Norwegian