Q: What is the difference between Algebra and Honors Algebra I?

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Algebra 2 Honors? I prefer you ask your school administration rather than Answers.com.

A harder version of algebra 1

Algebra 1 is a class/course that is on a higher level than Algebra.

Adv. is accelerated most likely.

Honors (or honours) algebra generally refers to an algebra class that goes at a faster pace and/or covers more advanced material than regular algebra. This is usually not considered a weighted class, but is slightly above the average level.

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15-5=10 Honors Algebra?

That's going to differ from school to school, county to county, state to state. In general though "Honors" courses will be tougher and faster paced, but generally are better if you can pass, often weighting your GPA (that is, if you get a B it will still count as a 4.0 instead of a 3.0).

Algebra 2 Honors? I prefer you ask your school administration rather than Answers.com.

yes it is an honors class

A harder version of algebra 1

Algebra is a form (or subset) of mathematics.

Only the word "operator"

Adv. is accelerated most likely.

Algebra 1 is a class/course that is on a higher level than Algebra.

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

Honors (or honours) algebra generally refers to an algebra class that goes at a faster pace and/or covers more advanced material than regular algebra. This is usually not considered a weighted class, but is slightly above the average level.

Yes, an A minus is a good for a 10 year old in an Algebra 1 honors class.