algebra 1a is the first part of algebra 1 and algebra 1b is the second part. :)
Algebra is a noun.
Pre-algebra preps you for algebra.2nd answer:Pre-AP-algebra is the same as Algebra I. Both are way harder than pre- algebra.
A term is a single part of an expression or of an equation in algebra.
They are a part of genetics.
To do WELL in Algebra 2, you will need to remember part of Algebra 1. However, your teacher should go over part of Algebra 1. I did poorly in Algebra 1, though Algebra 2 now makes sense to me simply because I needed to understand it to understand Algebra 2, and I was able to infer the things that I was unsure of.
yes you would have to because that would be the full course of algebra just at a slower and easier pace
well at my school our sixth graders learn pre algebra allready so i would say algebra part 1
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.
They are the same thing but when you go into Algebra 1a, its like part one, and there is a part b, and just algebra 1 is the same thing, but not in two parts. Some schools offer a two-year course that covers algebra 1 in two years. in this case, algebra 1a is less advanced than algebra 1, since the pace is only half as fast.
A term in algebra is a single part of an expression or of an equation separated by mathematical signs.