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Algebra is a branch of mathematics that deals with operations, relations and their structures. It is one of the building blocks of mathematics that discovers a huge range of applications in our everyday life. Apart from its implication as a core subject of mathematics, Algebra helps students and kids a lot in increasing a complete understanding of other progressive branches of mathematics such as Arithmetic, Calculus, Geometry, etc.

Fundamental Algebra includes simple rules and operations on numbers such as:
  • Addition
  • Subtraction
  • Multiplication
  • Division
  • Functions
  • Variables
  • Equation solving techniques
  • Algebraic Expressions
  • Polynomials
In arithmetic we may replace the symbols  '4 + 4'  with the symbol  '8.' In algebra we may replace  'a + (−a)'  with '0.'
a + (−a) = 0.

When you hear the word algebra, equations and numbers will immediately pop into your mind. It is often called the gatekeeper subject. It is used by professionals going from electricians to architects to computer scientists. Algebra opens doors for students to take more challenging options, but it also paves the way for more challenging thought. Algebra gives students the opportunity to truly do math in real-life settings with manipulatives and with significance to careers of interest.  

 

Algebra for Parents and Kids

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Have you wondered why use a letter?

Since,
  1. it is easier to write "x" than drawing empty dash (and easier to say "x" than "the empty dash ").
  2. if there are several empty dashes (several "unknowns") we can use a different letter for each one.
So ‘x’ is improved than having an empty space or dash. It doesn't have to be x, it could be y or z ... or any letter or symbol we like.
Writing and solving various types of equations is one of the key objectives of algebra. Mathematics is one of the first things you learn in life. Starting from that small age you will start to learn how to learn to count, or use building blocks how to count and then move on to sketching objects and figures. All of these are important groundwork to doing algebra. Having the ability to do algebra will help excel into the field that you want to concentrate in. 

Algebra is a field of mathematics where only the best succeed. Generally, students in high school or primary will be the first ones who understand the subject. Most of them think it is probably one of the hardest and complicated subjects. Well, anything that is connected to Mathematics could really be. Algebra is just like a puzzle where it starts with something like "x − 2 = 5" and we want to end up with something like "x = 7".

Simply, follow the steps
  • Work out what to remove to get "x = ...."
  • Remove it by doing the opposite (subtracting is the opposite of adding and viceversa)
  • Do that to both sides
 Note: We add both the sides to keep the balance 

Before you calculate an algebraic expression, you need to simplify it. This will make the calculations much easier. Here are the basic steps to follow to simplify an algebraic expression:
  1. Remove parentheses by multiplying factors
  2. Use exponent rules to remove parentheses in terms with exponents
  3. Combine like terms by adding coefficients
  4. Combine the constants
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