Q: What is the mix of geometry and algebra?

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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.

No, geometry is more depth into algebra, with formulas and shapes. That's why algebra is a prerequisite

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.

The Sumerians (Sumerian Civilization) was the first to develop algebra and geometry

Algebra II contains some Geometry concepts that could be taught inside of Algebra II if necessary, but it is easier to take Geometry first in order to fully understand these concepts.

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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.

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

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 school, but it is usually Algebra 1, Algebra 2, then Geometry.

it goes algebra 1, geometry, then algebra 2

No, geometry is more depth into algebra, with formulas and shapes. That's why algebra is a prerequisite

Rene Descartes was the mathematician that applied algebra to geometry.

meters are a unit of measurement and can be used in both algebra and geometry.

usually geometry or algebra II there is another math after Algebra besides Geometry. its called Applied Geometry. the only reason to be in that class is by getting a D.

Algebra, normally. Though you may be required to do so in coordinate geometry.

In many schools, Geometry is considered one grade-level lower than Algebra 2. It goes Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and so on. Note that this is a generalization, and may not be true at your school.

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.