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I want to learn about algebra..

With algebra you are learning problem solving-that is the process of problem solving using rules and equations. The best way to learn it is to shut out all distraction and work at it. If there is something you don't understand you may have to go back to the beginning and learn all the principals and rules that you don't understand- Algebra can be a very hard subject but it can be concord with persistence.

Sep 28, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You didn't say which part of mathematics you want to study or what is you previous knowledge.

For algebra see these courses:

On The Open University you can find even more courses and on this site you can find links to a lot of online resources for algebra (lessons, tutorials, games, problems...).

For calculus I recommend:

And if you have questions or you don't understand something you can ask here.

I hope I helped you :)

For algebra see these courses:

- Visual Math Learning
- Math.com (this site also has section for practicing math problems)
- Algebra 1 (interactive UC college prep course)

On The Open University you can find even more courses and on this site you can find links to a lot of online resources for algebra (lessons, tutorials, games, problems...).

For calculus I recommend:

And if you have questions or you don't understand something you can ask here.

I hope I helped you :)

Sep 09, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Hello,

It seems to me that such question is well above the grade level that appears in the heading. Ker(f) comes from the English word kernel . The kernel of a homomorphism (application, not necessarily a function ) between two sets that have similar algebraic structures, is the subset of the original set (domain) the images of which are the neutral element in the target set (range). The kernel measures the degree to which a homomorphism fails to be injective.

Specific definitions exist for specifiq contexts.

I would advise you to curl up with a good book on abstract algebra and read more, with pen and paper,

Hope it helps.

It seems to me that such question is well above the grade level that appears in the heading. Ker(f) comes from the English word kernel . The kernel of a homomorphism (application, not necessarily a function ) between two sets that have similar algebraic structures, is the subset of the original set (domain) the images of which are the neutral element in the target set (range). The kernel measures the degree to which a homomorphism fails to be injective.

Specific definitions exist for specifiq contexts.

I would advise you to curl up with a good book on abstract algebra and read more, with pen and paper,

Hope it helps.

Oct 08, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

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I don't think you can learn algebraic equations in a low grade. It is simple enough if you just solve by hand or by a calculator.

Solve for y, when x = 1325.

x - 450 = y

1325 - 450 = y

y = 875

I don't think you can learn algebraic equations in a low grade. It is simple enough if you just solve by hand or by a calculator.

Solve for y, when x = 1325.

x - 450 = y

1325 - 450 = y

y = 875

Sep 09, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

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