Q: What does algebra mean in English?

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"And" in algebra usually means addition.

It usually refers to an introductory algebra class.

It mean to Subtract (-)

D can mean anything, it's only substituting a number that you have to find out. That's how you do basic algebra

algebra involves equations with numbers a variables and your goal is to solve for the variable

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If your in English Class it Means that you should be in your Algebra Class.

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).

In Algebra, "is" means Equal (=).

The English word(algebra) is exactly the same in greek(άλγεβρα).In greeklish it's the same (algebra).

"And" in algebra usually means addition.

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 (-)

He loves English and algebra

"Aldebra" is not a word in English. You may mean 'algebra' which is a branch of mathematics dealing with more abstract formal structures, such as sets and groups,

D can mean anything, it's only substituting a number that you have to find out. That's how you do basic algebra

The English word "algebra" is derived from an Arabic phrase usually transliterated as "al-jebra".