Learn about the techniques which can be used to solve algebraic equations. Algebra is used to solve mathematical problems, which we write in mathematical language, using symbols, or letters of the alphabet, in place of unknown values by placing them as a place holder for the missing information.
An algebraic expression is an expression consisting of one or more letters, or variables. In maths there are times when we need to work out a sum or expression and we don’t have all the information that we need. When this happens, we need to find a way to include this information despite the fact...
We break down the different parts of algebraic expressions. So far we have been talking about variables but we haven’t touched coefficients and constants.
The terms having the same literal (variable) with same exponents are called Like terms. Unlike terms are terms having the same variable with different exponents or different variable with same exponents.