You need to learn it, so you can learn Greatest Common Factor, which you need to reduce fractions.
algebra is good to learn because it will follow you onto college and it is a skill most jobs need
0.0105 lol i really need to learn algebra
YES! If you can't do algebra, you won't last ten seconds in trigonometry. It basically is algebra, just using equations within equations.
learn it from the teacher!!!!! :)
Your need for mathematical skills will depend heavily upon your chosen profession. Some people use algebra a lot, and others don't use it at all. If you are going into a scientific field you will need to learn calculus, and to do that you will need a good grasp of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
No, Pre-Algebra is a little bit less complicated, it is what you learn before algebra.
first we learn variables constants and basic algebra
Basically, any university study is tough. In the case of engineering, you need to learn lots of math and science. However, being good an algebra is a good sign. Of course you'll need to learn quite a bit more than high-school algebra, but knowing this algebra is an important basis - you'll need it to study engineering. Also, it is an indication that you might be good at other, similar, subjects (i.e., more advanced math).
U use algebra in your daily life because you could need it in jobs or careers when you get old enough to have them. Also people like algebra and have jobs like accounting so you have to learn it... ! ...
Typically in America algebra is learned in seventh or eighth grade. However, honors students can learn algebra in sixth or seventh grade or even earlier! Nowadays many places offer algebra classes to take outside school or even algebra camps!
You start learning algebra as soon as you leave primary school.
Go to school.
You can, if you want to and if you try.
Some 7th graders do Algebra, but 8th graders are supposed to.
Because Algebra is the foundation of Calculus, and Calculus is the fundamental measurement of the Universe.
Pre-calculus is designed to prepare you for calculus by a stringent review of algebra and trigonometry. There is no trig in Algebra 2, so you need to study trig.
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.
to help us learn more in maths and learn differant methords
you usually learn it around 8th or 9th grade......
I am in 7th grade and I am learning pre-algebra but in my school we learn a grade ahead so I think its not normal for people to learn pre-algebra in 7th grade, but its possible.