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In maths adjacent means next to, e.g. the adjacent line would be the one next to it.

adjacent means next to, so i will say another word is NEXT TO

juxtaposition - one may place two variables or expressions next to each other and imply an operator. e.g. a times b can be written ab.

Given ANY number, it is easy to find a polynomial of order 4 that will generate the above four numbers and the selected fifth. The simplest polynomial or order 3 that will generate the above numbers is Un = (-53n3 + 399n2 - 880n + 552)/6 for n = 1, 2, 3, ... and accordingly, the next number is -83.

It is really a fun! What is the number next to 12? 13 is the answer. Ok. Next to 25? 26 is the right answer. Now next to 102? 103 is the correct one. Now seriously, what is next to a? Usually almost all of us would say it is b. But it is absolutely wrong! Then what will be right answer? Let us analyse what we have done in the previous cases? We have added 1 to get the next number. Right? So next to a has to be a+1 and not b. This is algebra. Instead numbers, we use alphabets too to do mathematical manipulations. So a+b is a+b. No chance of adding as we add 2+6 as 8. Because a may assume any value. It may be 9, -3, ./2 , 3/4 , 0.78 or any value. Same away b may assume any value. Now a+a? Instead simply writing as a+a we can simplify writing as 2a. Hence 4m+3m = 7m and so on. Then a multiplied by b will be written as a*b or simply as ab. So abcd will be the product of a, b, c and d. If a is multiplied by a then AA may be marked. It may give an inconvenience if we multiply a's some four times. Instead writing aaaa, it will be easier and convenient to write as a4. This is how algebra grows in an interesting way. Then we come across many identities such as (a+b)2=a2 + b2 + 2ab.

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Algebra Connections is sort of an introductory course to the world of algebra. This course is taken if they are known to struggle with math. Algebra 1 is just the next course up.

Pre-algebra is where you just learn the basics of Algebra and Algebra two is way more advanced with new information and taking the concepts you learned in pre-algebra and algebra to the next level.

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Generally, passing College Algebra (or higher) is required for most degrees. Since College Algebra is difficult, it is not a good idea to start there. Usually, the college won't let you start there. To prepare yourself for College Algebra, you can start with Pre-Algebra. If you find this not challenging enough, the next step is Elementary Algebra. Then Intermediate Algebra. Thus, it is likely that most Freshman start off in Pre-Algebra or Elementary Algebra.

It will depend on where you live. In the US, the next level of government is the state.

It will depend on where you live. In the US, the next level of government is the state.

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Since "pre-" means before, then pre-algebra would be before algebra. Conversely, algebra would be after pre-algebra. Generally, the next class after a pre-algebra class would be Algebra I, followed by Algebra II.

Math is a logical series of subject that starts with counting, then proceeds to addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, then fractions, decimal notation, geometry, algebra, and calculus (among other topics). The most important part of learning mathematics is that each more advanced level depends upon understanding and being able to use the previous levels. If you have not learned arithmetic, you cannot learn algebra. If you have not learned algebra you cannot learn calculus. So learn it in a logical sequence, remember what you learn, practice it, use it, and then advance to the next level. Not everybody can do this. Math does require intelligence. But lots of people can do it, if they do it in the way that I have described. Most people who fail at mathematics just didn't learn it in a logical sequence.

If you mean unlocking more things, beat the level before it or Act I of the story above it.

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