# What is a radical in algebra?

# What is algebra?

algebra is a one of a lesson in math

# How do you do algebra?

In algebra, there will be letters. Each letter represents a number. Different letters stand for different numbers. e.g. x=1 but y=3. if there are many X's, they all mean the… same thing.If there is a number before the letter, you multiply the number by what the letter represents. So 3p means 3*p. This is very simple algebra. I haven't learned complex algebra yet, but i can understand it. But can't explain it well.

# What is a radical?

A Group of atoms that act like one atom

# Name the parts of a radical algebra?

There is the Index, the coefficient and the Radican

# What are radicals?

Radicals are atoms of different elements which have combined together and cannot exist independently. They are charged particles and are highly reactive.

# Who were the radicals?

The radical republicans were a loose faction of Americanpoliticians within the Republican Party. They had been opposed toslavery during the war, and after the war supported eq…ual rightsfor freedom.

# What is radicalism?

Radicalism refers to movements where the followers have extremeviews compared to what is already followed in society and wish tocompletely dismantle them. The members of these… types of movementswant to bring about large changes in government, society, andeconomy using methods of complete destruction.

# Why do you have algebra?

to help us learn more in maths and learn differant methords

# History of the radical in algebra?

Radicals were first used in 1525 in Die Cross. They were first usedby Christoff Rudolff, who was a German mathematician.

# Where is algebra from?

It is from Latin

# How do you algebra?

Your question is too broad. What do u mean by that? There are so many different types of equations and things u learn in algebra....if u post a more specific algebra question… I could try and help.

# What do you do with algebra?

Algebra is such a vast topic that it is impossible to explain in asimple manner what you can do with it. However, in its simplestform, you can manipulate instances where one t…hing is equal toanother, and, given what you know, find what you don't know. An example of VERY basic algebra: "A" is a letter representing a number, the value of which you don'tknow. But, you do know that A + 2 = 6 therefore, if A + 2 = 6, then we know that subtracting 2 from bothsides, both sides of the equation will remain equal. A + 2 - 2 = 6 - 2 2-2 is zero, and 6- 2 is four. Therefore, A + 0 = 4 A + 0 is A, so we know that A = 4. To check, we plug the number back into the equation in thevariable's place. if A + 2 = 6, then 4 + 2 = 6. It does, so we have now used basicalgebra to solve an equation for variable A. Good luck.

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# How To Do Algebra?

It is really a fun! What is the number next to 12? 13 is the answer. Ok. Next to 25? 26 is the right answer. Now next to 102? 103 is the correct one. Now seriously, what i…s next to a? Usually almost all of us would say it is b. But it is absolutely wrong! Then what will be right answer? Let us analyse what we have done in the previous cases? We have added 1 to get the next number. Right? So next to a has to be a+1 and not b. This is algebra. Instead numbers, we use alphabets too to do mathematical manipulations. So a+b is a+b. No chance of adding as we add 2+6 as 8. Because a may assume any value. It may be 9, -3, ./2 , 3/4 , 0.78 or any value. Same away b may assume any value. Now a+a? Instead simply writing as a+a we can simplify writing as 2a. Hence 4m+3m = 7m and so on. Then a multiplied by b will be written as a*b or simply as ab. So abcd will be the product of a, b, c and d. If a is multiplied by a then AA may be marked. It may give an inconvenience if we multiply a's some four times. Instead writing aaaa, it will be easier and convenient to write as a 4 . This is how algebra grows in an interesting way. Then we come across many identities such as (a+b) 2 =a 2 + b 2 + 2ab.

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# Why do you have to have algebra?

i have always questioned this myself but it is necessary to solve everyday problems. for example: you need to split 24 apples evenly among 8 people. so you use the equation 8…x = 24 to find an answer of 3 apples per person.

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# What is radicalization?

Radicalization is the extremety or intense swaying of view towardssomething. This is a term used to describe cults and politicalconstituents, among other things.

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# What is standard radical form in algebra?

The rules for "standard radical form" are that (a) there should be no perfect square within the radical sign; for example, square root of 12 is equal to square root of 4 x squ…are root of 3 = 2 x square root of 3, and should be written as the latter; and (b) there should be no radical sign in the denominator. For example, if you have 1 / square root of 2, you multiply top and bottom by the square root of 2, to get a square root in the numerator, but none in the denominator.

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# How do i do algebra?

Well, lots of people get questions like 2x+3+4-2x+6=1+4+2x.usually, you can write a scale and right blocks with numbers andlittle pons. pon represent x. the normal number repr…esent blocks.To find x, find a legal move, so take pons away from each side. soyour goal is to have pons and blocks on one and anotehr side. tofind check,............. youtube it