Q: Name the parts of a radical algebra?

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Rationalising the denominator.

Index, radicand, and radical :) lmfao

the grade that you learn algebra 1 is in the 7th and 8th grade. they split it to two parts algebra A and then Algebra B

Sorry, it's hard to write algebra with a keyboard.(radical sign)2209 = (radical sign)(47x47) = 47.First you need to factorize 2209. Divide it by each of the prime numbers from 2 to the square root of 2209 (which is 47). Aha! 2209 is 47X47.

An Arab that is called by his last name Algebra, also made Algebra

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An index in Algebra is the integer n in a radical defining the n-th root

Radical or radicand

Rationalising the denominator.

Parts include the index, the radicand, and the radical.

A book written in Arabic called " Al-jebr w'al-mugabalah" is where algebra got its name. The beginning of this name, Al-jebr, is obviously its origin and means "the reunion of broken parts".

It's from Arabic. For more information, use the link provided to the Wikipedia article on algebra.

Index, radicand, and radical :) lmfao

The name of the horse was "Algebra" .

Algebra 1 is called 'AB' because it covers the first two parts of algebra, whereas algebra 2 is called 'BC' because it covers the second two parts.

The radicand in not only College Algebra but in math in general is the number under the radical symbol also know as the square root do you understand?

Algebra was invented by the Muslim mathematician Al-Khwarizmi and is the Arabic word (aljabr) for "equation".

The origin of the name algebra is from the Arabic word Aljabr.