# Examples of Algebra

## Sentences with the noun Algebra

5 examples:

Many pupils are poor *at* **algebra**.

An affine algebraic group over a field k is a representable covariant functor from the category of commutative algebras over k to the category of groups such that *the representing* **algebra** is finitely generated.

It was innovation in Muslim communities that developed the order *of* **algebra**; our magnetic compass and tools of navigation; our mastery of pens and printing; our understanding of how disease spreads and how it can be healed.

By replacing algebraic variables with cute pictures, he proved that even little kids could get excited *about* **Algebra**.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

It is a slick puzzle platformer called Twelve A Dozen that combines a moody high-contrast dystopian aesthetic with game mechanics which challenge players to master the basic operations *of* **algebra**.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

## Question

1 example:

What does it say about our public school system when 82% of the high school students in a suburban county fail their **Algebra** 1 final exams?

(*Forbes - Education*, )

## Other sentences

39 examples:

**Algebra** is my favorite subject.

**Algebra** is a branch of mathematics.

In **algebra**, we often replace numbers with letters.

In **algebra** a monomorphism is an injective homomorphism.

I tried explaining the **algebra** homework to him, but it just went in one ear and out the other.

People tend to consider translation like **algebra**, with both sides of the equation being identical, when in fact it's more like a cover version of a song, where the tune is the same, but the arrangement is unique.

**Algebra** is the metaphysics of arithmetic.

(John Ray)

In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as **algebra**.

(Fran Lebowitz)

As long as **algebra** is taught in school, there will be prayer in school.

(Cokie Roberts)

I don't know why I should have to learn **Algebra**... I'm never likely to go there.

(Billy Connolly)

Around 1967 Dan Bobrow wrote a program to do **algebra** problems based on symbols rather than numbers.

(Marvin Minsky)

No really, **algebra** gets used in daily life.

(*Forbes - Technology*, )

Texas started a trend by making most of its high school students tackle **algebra** II.

(*Fox News - U.S.*, )

The three friends play rounds of chess, juggle, learn **algebra** together and so much more.

(*NBC Today*, )

A tribute to the nineteenth-century polymath whose **algebra** lets you search the Internet.

(*Nature*, )

He’s the guy who impressed so many people with his ingeniously simple “DragonBox **Algebra**” app.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

At seven, pupils should know their tables up to 10 and be introduced to basic **algebra**, argues a study.

(*BBC News - Education & Family*, )

Andrew Hacker of Queens College on the importance of “adult arithmetic.” **Algebra**, he’s not so keen on.

(*The New York Times - Science*, )

Schoolkids who used finger tracing fared better with previously unseen geometry and **algebra** questions, new research has found.

(*Science Daily - News*, )

I’ve covered games like Dragonbox, which can teach even very young kids to master the basic mechanics of **Algebra** in under an hour.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

A 14-year-old Massachusetts boy has been indicted on murder, aggravated rape and armed robbery charges in the death of his popular **algebra** teacher.

(*Fox News - U.S.*, )

Kevin Armento’s play follows an affair between a high school boy and his **algebra** teacher from the perspective of the boy’s self-aware cellphone.

(*The New York Times - Arts*, )

The **algebra** and statistics class is the community college's latest attempt to help students who need to pass math to transfer to a four-year university.

(Jason Song in *Los Angeles Times - Education*, )

Colorado's Republican race for U.S. Senate is turning into the political equivalent of an **algebra** problem with plenty of variables and no simple answer.

(*The Denver Post - Politics*, )

As thousands of Los Angeles students head back to school Tuesday, Sabrina Campos is already six weeks deep into her **algebra**, chemistry, English and history classes.

(*Los Angeles Times - Money & Company*, )

Of course, I’m not suggesting kids should be learning Greek and studying **algebra** all summer long. Over achievement can be just as problematic as under achievement.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

The mother of the 14-year-old Massachusetts high school student accused of murdering his **algebra** teacher earlier this weekend said her 'heart was broken' by the tragedy.

(*Fox News - U.S.*, )

Now, Burgarth et al. show that such repeated measurement of a quantum system actually enriches its dynamics, letting it explore a much larger **algebra** than it did before.

(*Nature Communications*, )

On average, it took 41 minutes and 44 seconds for students to master the basic operations of **Algebra** during the Washington State **Algebra** Challenge using the DragonBox App.

(*Forbes - Education*, )

America's best teachers rap their **algebra** lessons, use music to teach Kafka and find other ways to use their own creative interests to teach their students, finds a new study.

(*Science Daily - News*, )

Community college student Catalina Daneshfar had always disliked math and she wasn't earning the grades to fulfill her **algebra** requirement to transfer to a four-year university.

(Jason Song in *Los Angeles Times - Education*, )

Very similar to calculating radiation half-life, but with an upward swing on the graph (see that damn **algebra** is good for something, so write a thank you to your school teacher).

(*The Independent - Food & Drink*, )

Eighth-grade math is changing: Instead of emphasizing **Algebra** I where only some students thrive, many schools are placing all students in the same general class that covers several concepts.

(*Los Angeles Times - Education*, )

Studies involving 275 Sydney school children aged between nine and 13 found that tracing over elements of maths problems enhanced how they understood and solved problems in geometry and **algebra**.

(*Science Daily - News*, )

Few of them were known to me or my fellow students, yet their achievements include revolutionising **algebra**, developing the first treatment for leukaemia, and discovering fundamental processes in physics.

(*The Independent - People*, )

Surveillance video shown in the trial of Philip Chism, a former Massachusetts high school student accused of raping and killing his **algebra** teacher, shows him following the woman moments before her slaying.

(*CNN - U.S. News*, )

Where a child lives makes a difference in how demographics and other factors influence **algebra** performance, and policies should take into account local variation, research from Washington University in St. Louis suggests.

(*Science Daily - News*, )

Philip Chism, the Massachusetts teenager accused of killing and raping his **algebra** teacher, was visibly upset and talking to himself as she talked about his home state of Tennessee after class, according to a police affidavit unsealed Friday.

(*CNN - U.S. News*, )

A 15-year-old boy who was diagnosed with autism at an early age is turning heads as he goes back to school this fall – except instead of basic **algebra**, he'll be taking masters-level courses in theoretical physics at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Ont.

(*CBC News - Technology & Science*, )

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