Q: Where did the Algebra term FOIL come from?

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It stands for first, outside, inside, last.

The foil method in algebra is used to "multiply linear binomials."The FOIL method is used in elementary algebra as a guide for solving algebraic problems.

It means: First, Outers, Inners, Last and is the order of operations when multiplying out bracket in algebra

you can. i am in algebra II and that's what i was taught

The FOIL Method is a process used in algebra to multiply two binomials.f= first termso= outer termsi= inner termsl= last terms

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It stands for first, outside, inside, last.

The foil method in algebra is used to "multiply linear binomials."The FOIL method is used in elementary algebra as a guide for solving algebraic problems.

It means: First, Outers, Inners, Last and is the order of operations when multiplying out bracket in algebra

where does the word 'algebra' come from?

First outer inner last(in that order).

The word algebra comes from Arabic word 'Al Jabr' meaning the reunion of broken of brocken parts

Explain how I would use algebra times to multiply two binomials (FOIL)?

A term is a single part of an expression or of an equation in algebra.

you can. i am in algebra II and that's what i was taught

A foil is a literary term.

'Part' is not a term used in Algebra.

Elementary algebra