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:
Being good at basic math will definitely help with Calculus. Boolean algebra is fairly different from Calculus, so it is hard to say how much it will help. Boolean algebra does help with some critical thinking skills, which will be helpful in Calculus to an extent.
you don't go from algebra to calculus and linear algebra. you go from algebra to geometry to advanced algebra with trig to pre calculus to calculus 1 to calculus 2 to calculus 3 to linear algebra. so since you got an A+ in algebra, I think you are good.
False. What makes calculus "hard" is the Algebra. If you have a good understanding of Algebra, you will not struggle in calculus, especially considering the fact that the fundamentals of the class- Calculus 1- aren't very difficult to grasp.
To become a pediatrician a person is required to be really good at mathematics. Some of the mathematics units required include calculus, algebra, and geometry.
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.
No. Chances are it will be the other way around: if you are bad at math, you stand a good chance of failing calculus or linear algebra. You will perform best at calculus and algebra if you have a strong math background.
No not necessarily so.
There is no way to know. Some aspects of calculus depend on a good understanding of algebra, others don't. It all depends on which aspects of algebra you were good at and also whether or not you retain that edge.
Yes, that is true.
Tensor calculus Einstein was non that good at mathematics.
Know you algebra and trig. When I took calculus that is what my teachers told me. You will use both extensively in manipulations and identities and functions. Then you can learn the calculus.