If your in English Class it Means that you should be in your Algebra Class.
In Algebra, "is" means Equal (=).
Assuming you mean a B.A. in English, the answer would be most likely, yes. In order to graduate from college, schools require some level of math to be completed - and it is usually beyond algebra (most likely calculus or at least up to algebra 2).
"And" in algebra usually means addition.
The English word(algebra) is exactly the same in greek(άλγεβρα).In greeklish it's the same (algebra).
That isn't an English word. I think you mean smattering, which is a slight, superficial knowledge of a subject. I have a smattering of algebra.
It usually refers to an introductory algebra class.
It mean to Subtract (-)
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D can mean anything, it's only substituting a number that you have to find out. That's how you do basic algebra