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It isn't; the algebra 1 and 2 that you get taught in middle or high school is elementary algebra. When (if you want to) you get into more advanced algebra, you can learn linear algebra (matrix algebra) and abstract algebra (which involves sets, operations on sets, groups, and many more concepts), and probably several more types of algebra I've never heard of.
Algebra 1 is a class/course that is on a higher level than Algebra.
There are many different formulas and equations for algebra.
Pre-algebra preps you for algebra.2nd answer:Pre-AP-algebra is the same as Algebra I. Both are way harder than pre- algebra.
There is none because different colleges teach different topics in Algebra.
Different courses cover different topics in Algebra 2.
foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.
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d is part of algebra because it is a letter. Any letter in algebra is known as a variable. D is different from d in algebra. They are different.
it goes algebra 1, geometry, then algebra 2