algebra algebra  /ˈæl dʒəb rə/


  • (n) the mathematics of generalized arithmetical operations

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  1. A great LeWitt wall drawing may start like an algebra lesson, but it ends like a Renaissance fresco.
  2. Instead, she is working her way through high school biology, algebra and ancient history.
  3. For Johnson, pop culture is like algebra class.


  1. Belmont Results

    FIRST-1 1/16m(T); $31,000; clm($20,0); 3up 6 Sulleabhn (OrtzJr.) 55.50 26.20 16.40 9 Manacor (Velasquez) 15.60 11.20 11 Mr Algebra (Prado) 6.30 Scr: In Todd We Trust, Prudent Investor, Reaganomics, Griffin Rock. * Exacta (6-9) $853.00 * Superfecta (6-9-11-10) $15,482...
    on June 16, 2013     Source: New York Post

  2. Education chief: flat test results 'personally unacceptable'

    More Florida middle- and high-school students this year passed end-of-course algebra and geometry exams seen as key indicators of college-readiness, results released by the state laste Friday revealed. Across most grade levels, though, student scores for reading and math on the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test showed little or no improvement from last year, leading Florida Education ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Suncoast News Pasco

  3. Curriculum revisions coming

    BRISTOL — High school courses algebra, algebra 2, geometry, and French 2 are all getting curriculum revisions, as part of the Bristol school district’s ongoing plan to align what’s taught in the classroom with the new Common Core State Standards.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Bristol Press

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  1. "I was doing Chinese arithmetic from the sixth inning on," Hurdle said. "I felt like I was in algebra class. It got wild."
    on Jul 17, 2008 By: Clint Hurdle Source: ESPN

  2. "Algebra is the key that unlocks the world of science, innovation, engineering and technology," said Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in a statement. "This is California's future."
    on Jul 9, 2008 By: Arnold Schwarzenegger Source: San Jose Mercury News

  3. "Sometimes it can be a bit daunting and seem like you're in algebra class trying to figure out some of the stuff involved with helping the environment," said Wilson, one of a dozen celebrities who contributed personal essays to "The Green Book."...
    on Jun 22, 2007 By: Owen Wilson Source: International Herald Tribune

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