Similar words: algebraic expression, analgesic, zebra, vertebra, cerebral, firebrand, celebrate, celebrated. Meaning: ['ældʒɪbrə] n. the mathematics of generalized arithmetical operations.

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*algebra*.2) She is fascinated by

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*algebra*the sign x usually denotes an unknown quantity.6) He was not good at

*algebra*in middle school.7) Terry got a C in

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*algebra*.10) We have to study

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*algebra*example above, the supply and demand curves can be approximated using equations for straight lines.14) Firstly

*algebra*offers its basic notations and concepts as a most convenient means for expressing, mathematically, certain concrete ideas.15) Comprehension of

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*algebra*book.19) He would allow John slyly to copy his answers to impossibly difficult

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*algebra*.22) It forms the backbone of an important result in

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*algebra*.24) Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations, linear

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*algebra*.26) Good understanding of most concepts up to and including

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