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Algebraic
(
adjective
,
noun
)

(As an adjective)

### Algebraic ( adjective )

- Of or relating to algebra.
- Expressed in the language of algebra.

### Origin:

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

### Examples:

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

(As a noun)

### Algebraic ( noun )

- Of or relating to algebra.
- Expressed in the language of algebra.

### Origin:

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

### Examples:

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