I just thought I would ask this question because I wasn't quite sure what exactly are the classes that a student might progress though if they took every math class there is. This is from my perspective from an American student at my math level.

1) Elementry Math: numbers, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, square roots, exponents.

2) Algebra 1: formulating Elementry math into equations, using equations to problem solve.

3) Geometry: learning how to graph equations on a 2 dimensional grid, learning of areas, volumes, surface areas, the pythagorean theorm, pi.

4) Algebra 2: further development of equations, quadratic equations

5) Trigonometry: Trig functions, Trig identities, further study of triangles and circles and the pythagorean theom.

6) Math Analysis: (I actually don't remember much of this class except that it was very tedious.)

7) Calculus 1: functions, limits, differentiation

8 ) Calculus 2: Integration

9) Multivariable Calculus: umm.. calculus with more than one independent variable?

10) ?