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Hollywood_chrissy
In what order should I study the following Algebra, Functions and Graphs, Geometry and Vectors, Trigonometry, Differentiation, Integration??
go to www.khanacademy.org and follow his video's in the listed order.
rubbish answer @ simon1
In that same order you have it in. YOu need algebra for functions and graphs. Geometry is partly used in trigonometry with vectors. Then a whole diff topic is Calculus which is differentiation(derivative) and integration. Integration is the anti-derivative.
but some units in functions involve trigonometry
I would also like to add that integration is an extension of Riemann Sums. Well I find them equivalent. Its a technique used to measure area.
but some units in functions involve trigonometry
Perhaps my answer proved too difficult for you. The order he takes is (somewhat less) Functions & Graphs, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Differentiation and Integration.