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simple algebra

[′sim·pəl ¦al·jə·brə]
(mathematics)
An algebra over a field that is also a simple ring.
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Readers should be familiar with elements of statistical inference and probability, simple algebra, ordinary least squares, logistic regression, and Base SAS software.
The Prerequisites listed are: knowledge of simple algebra and elementary trigonometry.
Using minimal mathematics (simple algebra and basic concepts of probability), this text for advanced undergraduates in biology, anthropology, and ecology introduces the study of population genetics, focusing on human populations.
Keljik introduces the concepts of alternating-current (AC) and direct-current (DC) motors and the associated controls and maintenance of this equipment to students who have a basic understanding of electrical circuits and concepts and can use simple algebra to solve mathematical problems.
This introductory text simplifies Keynesian and neoclassical macroeconomics, and the authors aim to show that competing theories are logical constructs based on different premises using simple algebra and graphs rather than complicated math, and to detail the intellectual origins of key concepts and provide Indian examples.
In this context, a natural question arises: is it possible to obtain such criteria for the Witt group of a central simple algebra with involution ?
"A Geometric Analysis of the Platonic Solids and Other Semi-Regular Polyhedra" requires a knowledge of simple algebra and elementary trigonometry and the ability to appreciate nature's own logic.
"Using simple algebra I am able to plug in distances from the alleged coordinates to Daniel Boyer's crash coordinates with the time frame given by air traffic control," Ming said. "From my calculations, if the ignored air traffic control coordinates are correct, the jetliner flew roughly 230-250 miles within a time frame of 33 minutes, giving an average ground speech of about 460-470mph in this time frame and an exact distance from both coordinates.
Previous studies related to the assessment of students in the subject of mathematics indicates that Geometry teaching is much difficult than that of arithmetical procedures and simple Algebra (Duval, 1998).
To link this to the description in Lemma 4.1 we observe that since [C.sub.[eta]] [S] is by assumption a simple algebra, we have a category equivalence R-mod [congruent to] [C.sup.G'/S]-mod = [Vect.sub.G'/S].
1) We can show that not every central simple algebra over an infinite global field is almost trivial locally everywhere (over k(v)) (i.e., trivial outside a finite set of places).
The software can handle everything from simple algebra to more complex math, such as calculus.