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HSKid22
Registered User Posts: **76** Junior Member

Ok, so here's a list of Math Courses I've taken at High School:

Freshman - Algebra 1

Sophomore - Geometry

Junior - Algebra 2

Senior - College Algebra (currently taking this class, receiving high marks)

With the math classes I've taken, will I be ready for my first year of engineering (Calculus 1)?

I was thinking of taking Pre-Calc at a community college the summer before the first fall term of my freshman year, but I read that College Algebra and Pre-Calc are both pretty similar, so should I even consider doing this?

Feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

Freshman - Algebra 1

Sophomore - Geometry

Junior - Algebra 2

Senior - College Algebra (currently taking this class, receiving high marks)

With the math classes I've taken, will I be ready for my first year of engineering (Calculus 1)?

I was thinking of taking Pre-Calc at a community college the summer before the first fall term of my freshman year, but I read that College Algebra and Pre-Calc are both pretty similar, so should I even consider doing this?

Feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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## Replies to: Am I ready for Calculus 1?

144Junior Member500Member76Junior Member-Geometric and arithmetic sequences

-Domain/ranges of graphs / functions

EX:[2,5] [2, infinity)

-Sigma notation

-Differential quotient

-Calculating the min/max of a graph

-Intervals of increase and decrease on a graph

-Probability

500Member561Member68,529Senior MemberChoosing the First Math Course at UC Berkeley - UC Berkeley Department of Mathematics

It says that if you score green in most topics, you are ready for the freshman calculus course for math and engineering majors (Math 1A).

11,788Senior Member38Junior Member47Junior Member6New MemberCalculus 1 is actually nothing more than limits,functions,new functions from old,families of functions and stuff,maybe things you already know.

So dont worry about Calculus 1 worry about Calculus 2 :D

And Enjoy the Math that is the only way of having fun and doing a great job that leads to good results :)

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