Q: Basic algebra and geometry first created by what civilization?

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Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, basic algebra, geometry, trigonometry.

Basic math. When you begin calculus you will move into intermediate mathematics.

In Algebra 1 you learn all the basics and build on these skills through a certain level. Geometry came in between for everyone I've knows.. here you use the basic algebra skills in an otherwise easier course. Algebra 2 consist of more advanced numbers, equations, operators, rules and procedures, without most of what one learned into Geomretry. You're constantly using the quadratic equation, which was used in geometry andvery often in Algebra 2. You'll solve systems of equations and start to get into trig

I think you mean Algebra 1 & 2 If you did, Algebra 1 is the basic stuff. Algebra 2, you get more complex, but it's still a basic idea.

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Yes, you can move from basic Algebra to Geometry, but only upon recommendation from your teacher.

Babylonians

Geometry and basic algebra

Basic math. When you begin calculus you will move into intermediate mathematics.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, basic algebra, geometry, trigonometry.

My Teacher said in the begining of pre calculus it is baisically algebra 3 and geometry 2. pre calc algebra is more complicated than basic algebra. however pre calc uses that basic algebra in solving problems. so all in all, they are just different levels of algebra

Algebra is a basic fundamental of mathematics. If you don't do well in Algebra, chances are, you won't do well in other math areas such as Geometry and Pre-Calculus. Algebra is also an everyday thing. We use Algebra every day!

MUST KNOW addition. subtraction. multiplication. division. basic algebra. basic geometry and of course fractions

I'm going to differ on many thoughts. I believe that geometry is MUCH easier than Algebra 1 - especially the 2nd semester of algebra 1 which a good chunk of time was spent on factoring and quadratic equations. The Algebra used in geometry is fairly basic - lots of 1 and 2 step equations. By the second semester you will get into some more complicated algorthims when dealing with area and surface area but that is about as difficult as it will get. I bet you'll feel that your algebra skills increase after looking at things geometrically.

Mary Kay Beavers has written: 'Test bank to accompany Basic mathematics with algebra and geometry'

Virtually all of mathematics, science, architecture, and engineering, depends upon geometry. Human civilization as we know it couldn't exist without this basic branch of mathematics.

Definately your basic math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, percentages) but more importantly, Geometry! Some Algebra and Calculus couldn't hurt, either. Happy adding!