Algebraic ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Algebraic ( adjective )

  1. Of or relating to algebra.
  2. Expressed in the language of algebra.

Origin:

From the arabic word الجبر al-jabr meaning "reunion of broken parts" or "the bonesetting".

Examples:

  1. The algebraic equation was used to solve the problem.
  2. Algebraic properties are used in solving mathematical equations.
  3. An algebraic expression is any mathematical statement in which numbers and symbols are used.
  4. The algebraic formula was used to calculate the result.
  5. The algebraic method is the most efficient way to solve the problem.

(As a noun)

Algebraic ( noun )

  1. Of or relating to algebra.
  2. Expressed in the language of algebra.

Origin:

From the arabic word الجبر al-jabr meaning "reunion of broken parts" or "the bonesetting".

Examples:

  1. The algebraic equation was used to solve the problem.
  2. Algebraic properties are used in solving mathematical equations.
  3. An algebraic expression is any mathematical statement in which numbers and symbols are used.
  4. The algebraic formula was used to calculate the result.
  5. The algebraic method is the most efficient way to solve the problem.
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