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- NOUN:
- a method of calculating by symbols
- a system of algebra based on given axioms.
- the part of mathematics in which letters and other general symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations
- branch of mathematics using symbols to represent numbers
- That branch of mathematics which treats of the relations and properties of quantity by means of letters and other symbols. It is applicable to those relations that are true of every kind of magnitude.
- A treatise on this science.
- the mathematics of generalized arithmetical operations OTHER DEFINITIONS:
- a branch of mathematics

- Exercises for improving accuracy in algebra, by Raleigh Schorling and John R.
- College algebra, with the editorial cooperation of H.
- Answers to First course in algebra, revised edition.
- Answer book and manual to accompany first course in algebra.
- Answer book and manual to accompany Second course in algebra.
- Practical algebra with geometrical applications, by John W.
- Intermediate algebra with answers, by Aaron Freilich, Henry H.
- Second year algebra answers, by Raleigh Schorling, Rolland R.
- Examination in Second-year algebra, high-school level.
- Cooperative intermediate algebra test, revised series.
- The germ of algebra may be discerned in the works of Diophantus of Alexandria, who is supposed to have lived in the second century of our era.
- People who do a little algebra on the race-ground are not likely to do much of anything with ever so many hours for meditation.
- As for mathematics, they were on the verge of algebra.
- For our purposes it may be sufficient to separate externally algebra, arithmetic, analysis and geometry.
- Then he ate an arithmetic, an algebra, and two first readers.
- And transcendental analysis stands to algebra in the same position that algebra stands in to arithmetic.
- They generally lend themselves to very easy solution by the use of algebra, though often the difficulty lies in stating them correctly.
- Though this puzzle presents no great difficulty to any one possessing a knowledge of algebra, it has perhaps rather interesting features.
- Had that cabinet been a directory, like positive and negative quantities in Algebra, the opposing wills would have balanced each other, and produced a state of absolute inaction.
- His business was to bring word to me that there had been recently discovered two new rules in Algebra for the solution of problems dealing with cubes and numbers.
- In 1537 Tartaglia published a treatise on Artillery, but he gave no sign of making public to the world his discoveries in Algebra.
- From this I passed to algebra and geometry, and during the last two terms I studied Latin Grammar.
- Heywood, I attended the school, studying the usual branches with something of algebra, geometry, and Latin grammar.
- History, arithmetic, algebra, and geometry were begun, with her sister Anna as a fellow-student, and much time was devoted to reading biography and travels.
- That morning Elnora made her first mistake in algebra.
- In this course provision is made for the beginning of a foreign language, of algebra, and, in some cases, of some other high school subject during the seventh and eighth years.

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