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The origins of algebra can be traced to ancient Babylonia, they would commonly use linear interpolation to approximated values. One of the most famous tablets is the Plimpton …322 tablet, created around 1600 - 1900 B.C. So it would be safe to say about 3,000 to 4,000 years old. (MORE)

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Algebra was not invented by any single person or civilization. It is a reasoning skill that is most likely as old as human beings. The concept of algebra began as a reasoning …skill to determine unknown quantities. Anyway, one of the first books about Algebra was written in Arabic by a ninth-century scientist named Muhammad ibn Muas al-Khwarizmi. The title of the book was shortened to al-jabr, now spelled algebra. The word algebra comes from part of the Arab title that means "equals can be added to both sides of an equation". Al-Khwarizmi used his al-jabr to help him in scientific work in geography and astornomy. (MORE)

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i think it is the most often number in a set of numbers like 6840462336989066 6 6 6 66 8 8 4 4 0 0 2 33 9 the line with the most numbers is the line of sixes so th…e mode is 6 i may not be right. i am only in 7th grade (MORE)

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Algebra is a tremendously useful mathematical tool, without which modern science and technology would not have been possible. Algebra was invented as a tool for solvin…g mathematical problems, and it has proved to be tremendously useful. Modern technology as we know it would have been impossible without the use of algebra. +++ More accurately, algebra is the set of symbols and rules used to construct mathematics. It is not a calculating tool to solve problems in its own right, but allows you to express the ways in which to solve those problems. (MORE)

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Lie/liar/lieing/lies Lie - Telling a lie: Making a statement that is slightly altered/inaccurate to make it untrue. Liar - Someone that has told a lie. Lying - To continue m…aking statements or telling a story that is untrue or made up. Lies - Untrue/inaccurate statements. .
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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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Algebra helps us to answer questions where there is an unknown value (not necessarily the bit after '=') or for when there is a range of answers which will be correct for …a mathematic equation. For example, if you had an equation: 2A + 16 = 18, it is easy to see that A=1 in this case. You can also use algebra in cases where two equations use the same letter within, corresponding to the same value in each, and this can be used to solve when there are 2 unknown values. For example: Eqn (1): 2A+3B=17 Eqn (2): 2A-8=6B The values of A and B are both unknown, but because it is known that both A and B are equal in both equations we can manipulate them to eliminate one of the unknown values: If you subtract Eqn (2) from Eqn (1), the 2A's will cancel and you would be left with 3B+8=17-6B, if this is rearranged to get all of the B's on one side of the '=' you get 9B=9, and thus know that B=1, this can then be substituted into either equation to find A: 2A+(3x1)=17 2A=14 and therefore: A=7 These are only simple examples of how we utilise algebra, this is essentially why we have algebra. +++ That does not answer the question, but gives only examples of use. Algebra is the language of mathematics - the collection of letters and symbols that allow mathematical expressions, equations and methods to be described in such a way that they can be used to solve numerical problems. (MORE)

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i have algebra class in grade 6, just adding more often than not it is a high school freshman subject (at least it was)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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That's a good question. I think that sometimes we lie, or continue other bad habits, because we've done it so long that it just comes naturally. It takes time and attentio…n to stop doing something, even when there is no trigger for it in our lives anymore. As we work to change our bad habits, we need to be mindful, which means thinking about being in the moment, and making sure we are being who we *want* to be all the time, and not just coasting on old habits. This can be a lot of work, and even cause a temporary bump in our anxiety levels, but those will go back down as we become more comfortable avoiding those bad things, and feeling better about who we are. And if we slip occasionally... that's okay. As long as we are really trying to improve and not giving ourselves excuses, then we're headed in the right direction. The only failure is to stop trying. (MORE)