algebraic operation

algebraic operation

[¦al·jə·¦brā·ik ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(mathematics)
Any of the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, or extraction of roots.
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The relations of mole and the molar amounts, as small perspicuous units (building blocks), are applied on the fundamental relationship (basic panel) and the problem can be solved as an algebraic operation.
Under the ordering and the (associative) algebraic operation of composition, the family of relations becomes a partially ordered semigroup.
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They cover the purposes of the study of algebra and provide a review of arithmetic concepts, principles, and techniques prior to covering algebraic operations, equations, inequalities, and many other related subjects.
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Let us call this category Phase 1 or the phase of adaptation to algebraic operations.
MX878 offers integrated local intelligence that permits measured values to be analyzed or set off against each other in real time using algebraic operations.
They are enough to give us the basic ideas of arithmetic, after which we invent or learn notations that provide at best inauthentic presentations of mathematical concepts removed from the immediate perception of things by which we are able to work with larger numbers and more complex algebraic operations.
Capability: CalculationCenter is technical calculation software that combines algebraic operations with numerics, graphics, and a technical world processor.
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