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/ˌæɫdʒəˈbɹeɪɪk/
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[ UK /ˌældʒɪbɹˈeɪɪk/ ]
[ UK /ˌældʒɪbɹˈeɪɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE

of or relating to algebra
algebraic geometry
How To Use algebraic In A Sentence
 Baker, while on a visit to Göttingen, was inspired by Klein to study algebraic function theory.
 Some indeed were revelling in the formulae of algebraical infinity and of twentyfourdimensional space, like a child in the elementary class dealing with the four rules of arithmetic.
 Mathematicians had regarded algebraic numbers as, in some sense, simpler than transcendental numbers.
 Since we know that this distance is 260 miles, we can write the following algebraic equation to represent this information.
 Omar Khayyam, known chiefly in Europe as a poet, combined trigonometry and approximation theory to solve algebraic equations using geometry.
 His work led to considerable activity in the new area of algebraic combinatorics.
 By means of this algebraic method of thinking, objects are grasped spatially, in the blink of an eye.
 The first person known to have solved cubic equations algebraically was del Ferro but he told nobody of his achievement.
 You dragged yourself to school, your mind seething with halfdigested algebraic formulas. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
 Putting those proportionalities together algebraically allows you deduce a relationship between speed and the number of rowers.