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Symmetry in Equations

Years 7 to 9

Using Exponents in

College

Random Variables

Introduction to

Introduction to

Symmetry

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**algebra**/index.html - 10.0kbYears 7 to 9

**Algebra**Index and Subtracting Polynomials

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**algebra**.html - 18.1kb**Algebra**Puzzles the sum... Try Puzzle >>

**Algebra**15 Each letter represents a digit 0 to 9: ABC + DEF = GHIJ Try Puzzle >>**Algebra**ABCDEF Solve the following (each letter is a digit): ABCDEF × 3 = BCDEFA Try Puzzle >>**Algebra**ABCDxD Solve thewww.mathsisfun.com/puzzles/

**algebra**-puzzles-index.html - 16.9kbUsing Exponents in

**Algebra**
Using Exponents in

**Algebra**You might like to read the page on Exponents first. Whole Number Exponents The exponent "n" in a n says how many times to use a in a multiplication:www.mathsisfun.com/

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**Algebra****Algebra**1 Calculus College

**Algebra**Also known as "High School

**Algebra**" OK. So what are you going to learn here? You will learn about Numbers, Polynomials, Inequalities,

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**algebra**/index-college.html - 21.5kb**Algebra**2**Algebra**1 Calculus

**Algebra**2 OK. So what are you going to learn here? You will learn about Numbers, Polynomials, Inequalities, Sequences and Sums, many types of Functions, and how to

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**algebra**/index-2.html - 21.4kbRandom Variables

Not Like an

**Algebra**Variable In**Algebra**a variable, like x, is an unknown value: Example: x + 2 = 6 In this case we can find that x=4 But a Random Variable is different ... A Randomwww.mathsisfun.com/data/random-variables.html - 15.4kb

Introduction to

**Algebra** Now practice on this Simple

**Algebra**Worksheet and then check your answers on the page after. Try to use the steps we have shown you here, rather than just guessing! Then read Introduction to**Algebra**- Multiplicationwww.mathsisfun.com/

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**Algebra**- Multiplication
Introduction to

**Algebra**- Multiplication Please read Introduction to**Algebra**first A Puzzle What is the missing number? × 4 = 8 The answer is 2,www.mathsisfun.com/

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