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An antifundamental is a complex conjugate of a fundamental representation in Lie algebra. Full Answer

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J. Lepowsky has written: 'Elementary Lie algebra theory' -- subject(s): Lie algebras Full Answer

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Helmut Strade has written: 'Modular lie algebras and their representations' -- subject(s): Modules (Algebra), Lie algebras, Representations of algebras Full Answer

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Damien Calaque has written: 'Lectures on Duflo isomorphisms in Lie algebra and complex geometry' -- subject(s): Isomorphisms (Mathematics), Lie algebras Full Answer

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Detectives have to prove their theories. Mathematics is one method of proving their case. Numbers don't lie. Full Answer

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I don't know, probably because the average high school curriculum is too narrow to allow topics such as game theory, abstract algebra (such as Lie algebra), complex analysis, or projective geometry. Full Answer

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Michael Kapovich has written: 'The generalized triangle inequalities in symmetric spaces and buildings with applications to algebra' -- subject(s): Symmetric spaces, Rings (Algebra), Geometric group theory, Lorentz groups, Linear algebraic groups, Semisimple Lie groups Full Answer

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foundations algebra is probably pre algebra, which is before algebra, so no. Full Answer

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Since "pre-" means before, then pre-algebra would be before algebra. Conversely, algebra would be after pre-algebra. Generally, the next class after a pre-algebra class would be Algebra I, followed by Algebra II. Full Answer

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Advanced algebra or College Algebra is the Algebra that comes after Algebra 2. Its essentially algebra II but digs deeper in each section. If I remember correctly, I had to graph almost everything and or find its domain and range… Full Answer

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Jerome E. Kaufmann has written: 'Mathematics is ..' -- subject(s): Mathematics 'Intermediate algebra for college students' -- subject(s): Algebra 'College algebra' -- subject(s): Algebra, Textbooks 'Algebra for college students' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Intermediate algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Elementary… Full Answer

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who created algebra? in what year what is algebra? who created algebra? in what year what is algebra? Van der Waerden wrote a very good algebra book. Full Answer

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No, Pre-Algebra is a course that precedes Algebra 1. Some programs do not require students to take Pre Algebra before Algebra 1, but they are not equivalent. Full Answer

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Pre Algebra is to help you build up to Algebra I. It is almost like an introduction to Algebra I Full Answer

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Pre-algebra is where you just learn the basics of Algebra and Algebra two is way more advanced with new information and taking the concepts you learned in pre-algebra and algebra to the next level. Full Answer

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Harish-Chandra's classification of the discrete series representations of a semisimple connected Lie group is given as follows. If L is the weight lattice of the maximal torus T, a sublattice of it where t is the Lie algebra of T… Full Answer

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Algebra A and B Are Only The Beginning Of An algebra Level Full Answer

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It's the same. Algebra = algebra in Norwegian Full Answer

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Elementary algebra Full Answer

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algebra 1a is the first part of algebra 1 and algebra 1b is the second part. :) Full Answer

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Algebra 2 is not just a repeat of algebra, you are still studying the form of math called algebra but algebra is a wide topic and in Algebra 2 your simply getting into the more advanced aspects of that topic. Full Answer

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Pre-algebra is essentially the basics of algebra. Algebra can be tough for many, so as a way to break the ice, you (ussually) take a pre-algebra course before algebra itself. Algebra is a very large subject, spanning multiple years of… Full Answer

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Algebra 1 is a class/course that is on a higher level than Algebra. Full Answer

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Pre-algebra preps you for algebra. 2nd answer: Pre-AP-algebra is the same as Algebra I. Both are way harder than pre- algebra. Full Answer

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you don't go from algebra to calculus and linear algebra. you go from algebra to geometry to advanced algebra with trig to pre calculus to calculus 1 to calculus 2 to calculus 3 to linear algebra. so since you got… Full Answer

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It isn't; the algebra 1 and 2 that you get taught in middle or high school is elementary algebra. When (if you want to) you get into more advanced algebra, you can learn linear algebra (matrix algebra) and abstract algebra… Full Answer

The is not of algebra. The is of grammar. Full Answer

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There is no such thing as Muslim algebra. Muslims though created algebra. Full Answer

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Algebra is not answerd (or answered) because algebra is, in itself, not a question. Full Answer

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No, Pre-Algebra is a little bit less complicated, it is what you learn before algebra. Full Answer

You can get through many aspects of geometry without pre-algebra or algebra. However, when it comes to the measurement in geometry, you need algebra for that. Full Answer

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Gertrude Ehrlich has written: 'Fundamental concepts of abstract algebra' -- subject(s): MATHEMATICS / Algebra / Abstract, Abstract Algebra 'Fundamental concepts of abstract algebra' -- subject(s): Abstract Algebra 'Fundamental concepts of abstract algebra' -- subject(s): MATHEMATICS / Algebra / Abstract, Abstract… Full Answer

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Answer Algebra which is a branch of mathematics that is taught throughout the world. It is said that algebra was discovered by Diophantus, known as the father of algebra. Full Answer

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Abelian algebra is a form of algebra in which the multiplication within an expression is commutative. Full Answer

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Algebra NY stands for a New York Algebra curriculum. Full Answer

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A harder version of algebra 1 Full Answer

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There are no types of algebra which are their algebra. If you study and master them, they become yours. Full Answer

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To do WELL in Algebra 2, you will need to remember part of Algebra 1. However, your teacher should go over part of Algebra 1. I did poorly in Algebra 1, though Algebra 2 now makes sense to me simply… Full Answer

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G. R. Krause has written: 'Growth of algebras and Gelfand-Kirillov dimension' -- subject(s): Associative algebras, Dimension theory (Algebra), Lie algebras Full Answer

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Julie Miller has written: 'Intermediate algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Beginning and intermediate algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Intermediate algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Beginning and intermediate algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Algebra 'Prealgebra and introductory algebra' -- subject(s): Textbooks, Arithmetic… Full Answer