- Do you need to take pre calc before calculus?
- Can you skip trig and go to calculus?
- What math do 12th graders take?
- What does pre calc cover?
- Is Pre Calc hard?
- Is Pre Calc harder than Calc?
- Is Trig harder than Calc?
- Is college trig hard?
- Which is easier pre calc or statistics?
- Do colleges prefer calculus or statistics?
- Can I learn Trig in a week?
- What grade should you take pre calc?
- Which college math is easiest?
- Should I take trig or pre calc first?
- What level of math is statistics?
- Is calculus or chemistry harder?
- Which is easier trig or pre calc?
- Can I skip pre calc?

## Do you need to take pre calc before calculus?

Basically, things you learn in algebra and precalc are tools you use in calculus.

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The better you are at them, the easier it will be.

If you think you can remember or figure out those tools on the way, take calculus..

## Can you skip trig and go to calculus?

You cant skip trig and go to calculus because about 75% of the problems involve trig in calculus (at least in my class).. Also what’s the rush, you’ll have plenty of time to take calc, no need to rush and screw up your grades.

## What math do 12th graders 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.

## What does pre calc cover?

In mathematics education, precalculus or college algebra is a course, or a set of courses, that includes algebra and trigonometry at a level which is designed to prepare students for the study of calculus. Schools often distinguish between algebra and trigonometry as two separate parts of the coursework.

## Is Pre Calc hard?

Why is precalculus hard? Precalculus, which is a combination of trigonometry and math analysis, bridges the gap to calculus, but it can feel like a potpourri of concepts at times. Students are suddenly required to memorize a lot of material as well as recall various concepts from their previous math courses.

## Is Pre Calc harder than Calc?

For me Calc 1 was easier than precalc. Precalc is a lot of memorization and understanding trigonometry (seriously make sure you have trig down!), but calculus is just understand some new concepts that all flow pretty well. The CALCULUS is easy, it’s the algebra that can be difficult.

## Is Trig harder than Calc?

If you are talking about the “computational” calculus then that is a lot easier though. On the other hand, computational trig as it’s generally taught in high school is a lot easier than calculus. You usually need to be able to do that sort of trig to be able to do computational calculus.

## Is college trig hard?

College trig seems harder. I think it is harder. In high school class we learned sine, cosine, tangent. In my college class we also had to know the unit circle like the back of our hand, did trig identity proofs, and had difficult problems on exams and quizzes.

## Which is easier pre calc or statistics?

Statistics (the AP course) in my opinion is a slightly less challenging class than pre-calc. I am enrolled in both of these classes right now at the high school level. … But as a single-year math course, pre-calculus is bit more challenging.

## Do colleges prefer calculus or statistics?

AP Statistics is considered to be a strong math course by most colleges. An outstanding grade in AP Statistics would look better on a transcript than a weak grade in AP Calculus. It’s important to have some AP courses on your transcript if your high school offers them.

## Can I learn Trig in a week?

Most students with the same motivation and background, but less ability can learn some or even many topics from basic trigonometry in those same 2 weeks.

## What grade should you take pre calc?

It Begins in Middle School Students can then move on Pre-Calculus in 11th grade and Calculus in 12th grade, or they can take other options such as Statistics or Trigonometry.

## Which college math is easiest?

From what I’ve heard from people in it, it is the easiest class at the school. Other than that, maybe the most basic algebra they have. College algebra is literally just high school algebra.

## Should I take trig or pre calc first?

Usually a Pre-Calculus course will cover the required Trigonometry needed for Calculus. So if you just have to take one or the other, I would recommend the Pre-Calculus course because it will strengthen your algebra which is what most people that I have helped in calculus have problems with. Good Luck.

## What level of math is statistics?

“Statistics” is fairly broad, and when you say you want to understand it at a high level you implicate many areas of math. As Jay Verkuilen answered, you need linear algebra, probability theory, real analysis and optimization theory. Included in the last two are calculus and set theory.

## Is calculus or chemistry harder?

Organic chemistry is difficult in it’s own way, you will have to read the book and understand every concept to do well. In calculus you can still do well even if you don’t understand the concept. I think general chem has more math than organic chem. Also, calculus requires much more practice.

## Which is easier trig or pre calc?

Precalculus helps the students to get a broad understanding of the course and also makes it easier for them to transition to Calculus-I and Calculus-II. Trigonometry, on the other side, is a course that most people learn in school or high school. … One doesn’t need to know precalculus to understand trigonometry.

## Can I skip pre calc?

Pre-Calc is largely Algebra and Trigonometry and in general, having a good working knowledge of these two areas is key to success in Calculus. However, some people have been successful skipping Pre-Calc and jumping into Calculus. You may be able to do it but it has downside risk without substantial upside opportunity.