anonymous
  • anonymous
is geometry easier than algebra
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schrodinger
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ivettef365
  • ivettef365
I would say is just different
anonymous
  • anonymous
k cuz i have it next afta algebra
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's different for everyone. I definitely think geometry is so much easier. I took geometry last year, it wasn't that bad. But, this year I'm taking algebra, it sucks, haha.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
They are two different branches of Math and deal with different things. As far as difficulty is concerned, neither is easy unless you just do the easy stuff - if you know what I mean ;]. The definition of 'difficulty' is subjective and is strictly based on the enjoyment/interest that either of these branches sparks up in an individual. Some enjoy Geometry more and as a result find it easier whereas some enjoy Algebra more and find it easier instead. Lastly there is those who enjoy both :), I'm one of them.

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