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Constants (numbers), variables, the four basic operations of arithmetic (+, -, *, /) as well as brackets and indices (including negative and fractional ones).

An algebraic structure is a set with certain operations defined on the set.The set may consist of numbers but may be collections of matrices, or of permutations and, the operations will depend on the elements of the set.

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you have to use "order of operations"

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Constants (numbers), variables, the four basic operations of arithmetic (+, -, *, /) as well as brackets and indices (including negative and fractional ones).

An algebraic structure is a set with certain operations defined on the set.The set may consist of numbers but may be collections of matrices, or of permutations and, the operations will depend on the elements of the set.

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The basic operations are union and intersection.

Yes, an algebraic expression needs no operation and can have multiple variables.

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