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Hello @TheJason,

First of all let me just define the word

Now, you might be wondering if what this mathematical equation (Algebra) can make use of in the real world. Well basically, and literally, you wouldn't use this equation in basic computation just like adding the total net income of your wage per month and subtracting the total expenses in your household. What Algebra can do for you in real world situations is to give you an additional information or technique on how you can solve the more complex problems involving mathematical problems. This concerns for example when you want to build your own yard or something that involves measurements. Algebra can be very handy when it comes to computations regarding measurements.

So basically, Algebraic equations can be quite a sore in the eye but when you understand the purpose and system you might enjoy it. Plus, if you're a student you can be the star on your mathematics class. I hope i address some enlightenment on your query and please comment if you find something confusing on my statement.

Actually, quite a number of useful formulas use algebra. For instance, let's say you needed to calculate interest (bank account).Algebra is very important not only in engineering, Math or Science teaching but also to people who had graduated to a course that does not really need Algebra.

First of all let me just define the word, a study of mathematical symbols and the rules to manipulate this symbols. Symbols or equations are typically broken or always has a missing link (in layman's terms) so in addition Algebra is also defined as"Algebra""Reunion of Broken Parts".

Algebra is a branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers, and an algebraic equation represents a scale where what is done on one side of the scale is also done to the other side of the scale and the numbers act as constants. Algebra can include real numbers, complex numbers, matrices, vectors, and many more forms of mathematic representation.

Jason went to the store to purchase milk and bread. The total was $6.87. He knows the price of the bread to be $3.24. How much did he pay for the milk?

Algebra is involved here.

Let m = price of milk

Let t = total

Let b = bread

t - b = m

See my point?