# What is the highest math level?

Contents

- 1 What is the highest math level?
- 2 What math level should a 9th grader be in?
- 3 What kind of math do seniors take?
- 4 Is advanced algebra Algebra 2?
- 5 Is Algebra 2 intermediate algebra?
- 6 Is there an algebra 3?
- 7 What comes after advanced algebra?
- 8 Is college algebra and algebra 2 the same?
- 9 What is advanced algebra and trigonometry?
- 10 What is considered advanced algebra?
- 11 Do you need to take Algebra 2 before trigonometry?

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## What is the highest math level?

Calculus

## What math level should a 9th grader be in?

9th grade math usually focuses on Algebra I, but can include other advanced mathematics such as Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus or Trigonometry.

## What kind of math do seniors take?

By 12th grade, most students will have completed Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry, so high school seniors may want to focus on a higher level mathematics course such as Precalculus or Trigonometry. Students taking an advanced mathematics course will learn concepts like: Graphing exponential and logarithmic functions.

## Is advanced algebra Algebra 2?

Advanced Algebra is a one-year course in which students continue to study the algebraic concepts learned in Algebra II/Trigonometry. Topics include sequences and series, polynomial functions, and conic sections. Material taught in this course is very similar to that taught in Advanced Algebra 1, but at a faster pace.

## Is Algebra 2 intermediate algebra?

Algebra II, or intermediate algebra, has a prerequisite of Algebra I. College algebra is a transfer level algebra course offered at many California community colleges and CSU campuses and generally has a prerequisite of intermediate algebra.

## Is there an algebra 3?

Algebra 3 focuses on the continuation of study of Algebra and Trigonometry. Topics studied in this course include linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, trigonometric identities and functions: exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric.

## What comes after advanced algebra?

Advanced Algebra / Trig Immediately follows Algebra II. This class, combined with Advanced Algebra / Trig will completely prepare a student for college majors which require you to take Calculus as a Freshman (math, science, engineering, business, computer programming, etc).

## Is college algebra and algebra 2 the same?

Can College Algebra be used as an equivalent for Advanced Algebra or Algebra II for high school graduation requirements? No. Students should have already completed Algebra II/Advanced Algebra or its equivalent. College Algebra is not an equivalent of Advanced Algebra or Algebra II.

## What is advanced algebra and trigonometry?

Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry Course Description. This course is designed for students who have completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II, but may need a review of Algebra II skills and concepts, or who may be entering fields which require mathematics, but not necessarily calculus.

## What is considered advanced algebra?

Advanced Algebra is a full year high school mathematics course intended for the student who has successfully completed Analytic Geometry. Exponents and Logarithms: Student will understand common and natural logarithms, exponential equations, and graphs of logarithms, square and cube roots, and exponential functions.

## Do you need to take Algebra 2 before trigonometry?

You should already be familiar with algebra and geometry before learning trigonometry. From algebra, you should be comfortable with manipulating algebraic expressions and solving equations. From geometry, you should know about similar triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, and a few other things, but not a great deal.