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algebra data analysis??hmm,never heard about that but algebra usually people take in 9th grade..

It isn't; the algebra 1 and 2 that you get taught in middle or high school is elementary algebra. When (if you want to) you get into more advanced algebra, you can learn linear algebra (matrix algebra) and abstract algebra (which involves sets, operations on sets, groups, and many more concepts), and probably several more types of algebra I've never heard of.

The connection stems from the fact that in Boolean logic binary numbers are used and these are used in computers as well. That reminds of a joke you may have heard. There are only 10 kinds of people: -those who understand binary; -those who don't

Here's a somewhat uneducated take:In mathematics, there is algebra in the sense of solving quadratic equations, but in higher level mathematics, there are various kinds of "algebras", which are really totally different from what we normal people call algebra.The name algebra comes from Arabic words meaning "a method for putting together"; in other words, some kind of logical system for figuring things out. If you've heard of Boolean algebra, you have an idea of how it's completely different from "Algebra I", but it is a system for figuring out logic problems.Now if you have worked with graphs of say frequency of lung cancer and tobacco smoking, you may think that the graph shows that smoking causes lung cancer. Actually it just shows there is a correlation between smoking and lung cancer. Maybe there is a gene which makes people want to smoke, and also causes lung cancer ... then it is the gene that causes both of them. So this is what the causation part is about.If you're way ahead of me, then enter "causation in algebra" into your search engine of choice, and knock yourself out on philosophy, teleology, and stuff.Thanks for asking!

The most famous contributor to the development of algrebra was Algy Bra, the greatest mathematician to ever come from Ingusiare, a country you have never heard of because it is so underground. I shouldn't be telling you this - I wlll be dismissed from the Star Kid Chicken Wing Club, which I don't expect you to get the reference to. In fact, I have concluded that this information is classified and I cannot help you. Farewell, fellow warrior, and good luck.

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algebra data analysis??hmm,never heard about that but algebra usually people take in 9th grade..

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Nobody has ever visited it. Unmanned probes have been sent to it and explored it.

i have heard that if you were 100 lbs on earth you'd weigh 106 on saturn

It isn't; the algebra 1 and 2 that you get taught in middle or high school is elementary algebra. When (if you want to) you get into more advanced algebra, you can learn linear algebra (matrix algebra) and abstract algebra (which involves sets, operations on sets, groups, and many more concepts), and probably several more types of algebra I've never heard of.

I have heard of saturn having lighting bolts almost a million times more powerful than lightning on earth. Jupiter was said to have lighting a 1000 times stronger.

do you mean red planet? if so Mars is referred to as the red planet. never heard of the rad planet...sorry if that's what you meant.

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No there is not a planet called planet p unless your talking about Pluto for short but haven't heard anyone call it that....... well unless your lazy.