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Old 10-20-2010, 09:50 AM
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Originally Posted by Dragoon
I'm a little worried about the workload involved in taking both classes at the same time, but I think I can manage. I suppose I'm mostly just wondering how complementary they'll be, since I really don't know much about either (Trig is about triangles and I assume college algebra is a continuation of what I'm learning now). Will the concepts in one make things easier in the other, or will I be working in completely different directions?

College Algebra is, in my opinion, the easiest college math class... just learning basic algebra, not too much graphing which is sweet. Trig will work off of some Algebra but I think it is more work on the graphing calculator, which is annoying, unless your professor moves really fast it shouldn't take a lot of algebra know how to get through the class.

What major are you going for?
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