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Q: What is algebraic reasoning?

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An algebraic statement is an algebraic expression or an algebraic equation written in words.

There is no official antonym for algebraic expression. The only thing that is the opposite of an algebraic expression is something that is not an algebraic expression.

An algebraic equation contains an equality sign whereas an algebraic expression has no equality sign

An algebraic equation is a mathematical equation in which one or both sides is an algebraic expression.

They may be algebraic terms.

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You can do so using coordinate (or analytical) geometry.

An algebraic statement is an algebraic expression or an algebraic equation written in words.

You find the locus of the point over time and either through geometrical or algebraic reasoning demonstrate that the result is a straight line.

There is no official antonym for algebraic expression. The only thing that is the opposite of an algebraic expression is something that is not an algebraic expression.

inductive reasoning is when the reasoning was generalized in proposition and the deductive reasoning is when the reasoning was process from one or more than general statements

An algebraic equation contains an equality sign whereas an algebraic expression has no equality sign

An algebraic equation is a mathematical equation in which one or both sides is an algebraic expression.

They may be algebraic terms.

Inductive reasoning varies from deductive reasoning as follows: 1) inductive reasoning is a reason supporting an argument and 2) deductive reasoning is an argument against an argument.

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