Q: Earning an A in algebra this semester is a?

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yes it can, but it takes a good amount of time for many students.

foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.

algebra 1a is the first part of algebra 1 and algebra 1b is the second part. :)

That is called "algebra".That is called "algebra".That is called "algebra".That is called "algebra".

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.

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a short term goal -apex

algebra,trigonometry,geometry,(second year algebra, semester of trigonometry, a year of geometry)

No, "algebra" would not be capitalized unless it is the first word in a sentence or part of a title (e.g., "Algebra 1 Class").

yes it can, but it takes a good amount of time for many students.

Alice continued with her studies in Mathematics, earning a postgraduate degree in Nonlinear Algebra.

I'm going to differ on many thoughts. I believe that geometry is MUCH easier than Algebra 1 - especially the 2nd semester of algebra 1 which a good chunk of time was spent on factoring and quadratic equations. The Algebra used in geometry is fairly basic - lots of 1 and 2 step equations. By the second semester you will get into some more complicated algorthims when dealing with area and surface area but that is about as difficult as it will get. I bet you'll feel that your algebra skills increase after looking at things geometrically.

12 units ,2 semesters. each semester carries 6 units

..i think its diphantus..he is a greek mathematician..he lived in alexandria,egypt,where he occupied himselfcheifly with diophantine analysis,earning the the litle father of algebra...he wrote the arithmethicca, of which only 6 out of 13 was sold.....

you will probably have too take it this upcoming school year

no you only have to take the second .

No the they are copyrighted.Yes indeed it would be possible to answer the questions once they have been submitted.

You need to have a instructor account for that course to view the answers. However, since I have just finished my dissertation, I could help you with the problems. Email me at dbzfanno1@dcemail.com. Source: PhD Analytical non-Euclidean Geometry and Linear Algebra.