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No, prealgebra is math to get you read to algebra. It deals with easier content. Mostly fractions, division multiplication, denominator, and ratios. Algebra deals with variables and equations. Much harder.

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its math class its also the second highest math class the highest is Algebra 1!

foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.

Yes, but as you get more into chemistry at higher levels, algebra will not be of any use to you(i.e organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, etc).

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No, prealgebra is math to get you read to algebra. It deals with easier content. Mostly fractions, division multiplication, denominator, and ratios. Algebra deals with variables and equations. Much harder.

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No because prealgebra is the easiest class ever. Algebra 1 honors is way harder

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6th grade is usually pre-algebra and the basic introduction to algebra.

The introduction of algebra to mathematics.

its math class its also the second highest math class the highest is Algebra 1!

The introduction of algebra to mathematics.

yes

It's the same. Algebra = algebra in Norwegian

foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no.

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