algebraic equation


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algebraic equation

[¦al·jə¦brā·ik i′kwā·zhən]
(mathematics)
An equation in which zero is set equal to an algebraic expression.
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All love is mathematically just, as much as the two sides of an algebraic equation. The good man has absolute good, which like fire turns every thing to its own nature, so that you cannot do him any harm; but as the royal armies sent against Napoleon, when he approached cast down their colors and from enemies became friends, so disasters of all kinds, as sickness, offence, poverty, prove benefactors:--
If you can find a calculator that knows exactly which steps to take to find the answer of a complex algebraic equation, I will be amazed.
algebraic equation, the latter canceled the former out
"For many years, [the] poem was presented as a problem, like an algebraic equation....
To keep the math as easy as possible, we consider a simple algebraic equation of the third degree, traditionally called "a cubic".
The major assumption with statistical models is that the data represent an underlying reality that can be expressed by an algebraic equation.
Since one variable (the Federal estate tax) is dependent on the calculation of the other variable (the marital deduction), use of an algebraic equation (not discussed herein) is necessary to solve for the amount of the marital deduction that will result in equalized after-tax distributions.
But calculating an EOQ involves a complicated algebraic equation. There's also the inventory turnover equation, which helps you determine whether you're carrying the right level of inventory.
We evaluate the stage [Y.sub.ni] explicitly and then solve the algebraic equation for the stage [Z.sub.ni] consecutively for i = 1, 2,..., s.

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