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It depends on your school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

It depends on your school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

it goes algebra 1, geometry, then algebra 2

You can get through many aspects of geometry without pre-algebra or algebra. However, when it comes to the measurement in geometry, you need algebra for that.

Depending on your school they will go, Applied Geometry (D average or lower), Geometry ( C and above), Problem Solving A (D in geometry), Algebra 2 (C or better in Geometry), Problem solving B (D or lower in Algebra 2), Calculus AB (C or better in Algebra 2) and Calculus BC (requires AB)

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It depends on your school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

It depends on your school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

it goes algebra 1, geometry, then algebra 2

Geometry is like a block from Algebra 1 to Algebra 2 and it contributes by teaching you the basics of the things you will learn in Algebra 2.

(a+b)2

It prepares you for Algebra 2 :)

It depends a little on where you are attending school and what courses you have already completed. Usually, Geometry is standard for 10th graders. You usually take geometry after you take Algebra 1 in 9th grade. However, I took Algebra 1 in 8th grade, Geometry in 9th, and Algebra 2 in 10th. So, if you're a little behind in math, you might take Algebra 1. If you're average, you might take Geometry. If you're ahead, you might take Algebra 2.

You can get through many aspects of geometry without pre-algebra or algebra. However, when it comes to the measurement in geometry, you need algebra for that.

Depending on your school they will go, Applied Geometry (D average or lower), Geometry ( C and above), Problem Solving A (D in geometry), Algebra 2 (C or better in Geometry), Problem solving B (D or lower in Algebra 2), Calculus AB (C or better in Algebra 2) and Calculus BC (requires AB)

Algebra. I took it in that order, and to do most of the geometry, you HAVE to know algebra. If I had taken geometry first, I would have failed. ALGEBRA FIRST.

It depends on your aptitude.

Pre-caculus 1 - Pre-Algebra 2 - Algebra I 3 - Geometry 4 - Algebra II 5 - Pre-Calculus 6 - Calculus

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