Algebra is a very important topic in mathematics. This topic is generally used for solving equations.
Founders :
The major development of this topic was done in the ninth century by Arab mathematicians. In particular Al-Khwarzmi's book entitled "compendium on a calculation by completing and balancing" was and significant event in the history of mathematics. So he is considered as the father of algebra.
In the sixth and seventh centuries, Indian mathematicians Aryabhatta and Brahmagupta have worked on the topics linear equations and quadratic equations and general method of solving.
In the 19th century British mathematicians took great effort on developing this topic. The Peacock was the founder of axiomatic thinking in arithmetic. He is called as Euclid of algebra.
Terms factors and coefficients
Identify parts of an expression
Multiply polynomial by a monomial
Multiplying binomials using FOIL method
Factoring polynomials using algebraic identities
Solve quadratic equations by factoring
Factoring trinomials in box method
Writing and solving one step inequalities
Solving one step equations word problems
Writing and solving two step inequalities
Solving two step equations with algebra tiles
Modeling and solving two step equations using algebra tiles
Solving equations using substitution
Solving equations using elimination
Solving equations using cross multiplication method
Solving equations in graphing method
Solving absolute value equations
Solving absolute value inequalities
Solving radical equations with radicals on both sides
Square roots of perfect square
Square roots of fractions and decimals
How to find square root of quadratic equation
How to find square root of polynomial
Simplifying rational expression
Framing quadratic equation from roots
Relationship between roots and coefficients
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