Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would definitely recommend algebra 2. Algebra 2 teaches you how to evaluate real world problems involving data, and how to determine the likelihood or unlikelihood of an event or outcome. In the real world of math, statistics lays a solid foundation in which a person can be successful.
Throughout algebra 2 you will learn a lot about how to review and solve statistical data, real-world problems (word problems), and high degree polynomials. In algebra 2 I learned how to evaluate real world problems involving data by finding the likelihood or unlikelihood of an event or outcome.
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Advice for students:
Make sure you reach out to your teacher if you are having difficulty in a topic. Teachers are always willing to help you; this is why many of them (if not all) have open office hours. When you attend open office hours bring a specific example of a problem that troubles you. This will allow teachers to help you more in depth.