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## What is Pre-Calculus Grade 12?

Students in Pre-calculus 12 will explore the following topics: transformations, radical functions, polynomial functions, trigonometry, exponential functions, logarithmic functions, rational functions, function operations, permutations, combinations, and the binomial theorem.

### Is pre Cal 12 hard?

Pre-calculus is quite hard. The jump in difficulty from algebra II to pre-calculus is significant and far from easy. Students usually find pre-calculus to be a difficult class because it requires strong mastery over your algebraic skills and has a large number of unrelated topics.

**Is Pre Calc 12th grade math?**

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. Recently, Radnor made a shift to offering Algebra 1 even earlier.

**What are the subjects in Pre-Calculus?**

The main topics in the Precalculus course are com- plex numbers, rational functions, trigonometric functions and their inverses, inverse functions, vectors and matrices, and parametric and polar curves.

## Is pre-calculus harder than calculus?

Calculus is harder than Pre-Calculus. Pre-calculus gives you the basics for Calculus… just like arithmetic gives you the basics for algebra… etc. They are all building blocks that are very important in your “math development.”

### Do I need pre-Calculus?

Kryger said, “Students who don’t nail AS Algebra II should absolutely do the full year of Pre-Calculus before going on to Calculus.” The general consensus of teachers emphasizes the importance of Pre-Calculus’ ability to cement students’ comprehension of Algebra and tools for future Calculus learning.

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**Is AB or BC Calculus harder?**

BC Calculus includes everything in AB Calculus, plus a few extra topics. You’ll actually get an AB Calculus sub-score when you take the BC exam. So Calculus BC is not necessarily more difficult than Calculus AB. BC Calculus has to move faster because it covers more material, which is what makes it more intense than AB.

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