There's a lot of flexibility in the order. I've given a typical order along with requirements/recommendations.
Trigonometry requires Algebra I and is easiest after Algebra II and Geometry.
Probability & Statistics requires Algebra II (well, just Algebra I in a pinch).
Pre-Calc requires Algebra II and Geometry.
Calc I requires Pre-Calc.
Calc II requires Calc I and loads of effort.
Calc III requires Calc II.
Linear Algebra requires Calc I (but is usually taken after Calc III)
Differential Equations requires Calc III, I think -- certainly at least Calc II.
Lanceleader wrote:Also, this is my first post on this site, so I'm not sure if this was the right place to post my question.
Yep, fine place.