How can we help?

Simon go in edit courses there you will find algebra and basic geometry for grade 7th and 8th. And if you want to learn about trignometry and all go in courses and you will find all the subjects that you wanna learn and teach to your students. I think this would help you.

Sumukh Raj, thanks for this. I understand what you are alluding to here but actually I'm simply after the exact chronological order of the whole maths offering so i can follow it correctly. i presume you mean pre-algebra and basic geometry are embedded within grade 7 & 8?

Can you confirm the correct order is as follows:

Early math -> Kindergarten -> 1st Grade -> -> -> 8th Grade -> Algebra 1 -> Geometry -> Algebra 2 -> Trigonometry -> Pre-calculus -> Statistics & Probability -> AP College AB/BC/Statistics -> Multivariate Calculus -> Differential Equations -> Linear Algebra.

Thanks very much again.

Yes. Follow what you have said Simon.

Thanks so much for confirming Pablo

Hello, Simon!

I think that KA has no "correct" order (because, as individuals, we can choose our own path), but I can suggest the following:

In that way, you can accelerate the Elementary/Middle School courses and focus on High School and College math.

Best learning for you,

Leo Maykell.

1. Early Math
2. Arithmetic
3. Pre-Algebra
4. Algebra 1
5. Geometry
6. Algebra 2
7. Trigonometry
8. Precalculus
9. Differential Calculus
10. Integral Calculus
11. Statistics and Probability