Calculus is higher than Algebra. There are also courses on Linear Algebra and Differential Equations that are higher than college Algebra. If you contact the Math department of any college they should be able to give you a specific answer as to what courses they correspond with and what a challenging math class would be.
Algebra 2 is harder and more complicated than Algebra 1. It also introduces more variables and harder equations.
I think it is harder than math. You usually need to get straight A's on math to get into pre algebra
i have algebra class in grade 6, just adding more often than not it is a high school freshman subject (at least it was)
Other than math subjects, such as geometry, algebra, calculus, etc., math is important in science, especially computer sciences, physics, and engineering. You may also be good at economics, business, and accounting. Music is also math-related, actually, and graphic design can be very math intensive. Architecture is also a good option.
If you have the option to take Pre-Calc Algebra, do that.
You'll certainly not fail BECAUSE you are good at algebra - you need to know algebra well, to understand calculus. So, it is not guaranteed that you will succeed, but if you are good at algebra, your chances are certainly a lot better than if your are not good at algebra.
That should probably be easy. Try it out to be sure.
It depends. It's easier than Algebra.
Some people find calculus easier, others find physics easier. There is no general answer.
The answer depends very much on your aptitude, and possibly your interest: there are no absolutes. Some people find calculus easy but not linear algebra and others are the opposite.
No calculus is harder, because calculus is basically a combination of algebra and trigonometry, so you need algebra to do calculus. Also, calculus involves limits, differentiation, and integration. Integration makes algebra look like kindergarten. +++ Meaningless question, ditto with the answers I'm afraid. These are not separate entities but all fields of mathematics, and you use algebra in expressing and solving mathematical problems. Calculus is NOT "basically a combination of algebra and trigonometry". You can differentiate and integrate trig. functions, but although calculus alone does not rely on trigonometry for its existence, its manoeuvres are all algebraic steps. As to comparative difficulty, that is entirely down to you. If you find algebra difficult you will find trigonometry and calculus difficult, because algebra is used to describe those two (and any other) mathematical process. Algebra is not an isolated topic!
Definitely AP Algebra (1)^2.
Calculus AB tends to be easier due to it being mostly composed of the basic introductory to Calculus. Whereas Calculus BC contains information from AB but as well as further information which could possibly be somewhat more rigorous than AB.
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