## List of algebra terms

**Introduction:**

Algebra is one of the most basic element of mathematics in which, we switch from basic arithmetic to variables. Here instead of using numbers we use different variables to represent different parameters. Algebra has various subdivisions like polynomials, graphing, Solving a System of Equations, logarithms, etc. Algebra terms are keywords used in algebra. The list of algebra with description and the list of terms with description is explained in the following sections.

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**Algebraic terms:**

**Algebraic terms can also be said as keywords because, they are used to represent terms used in algebra. These words explain a particular term or a group. They can also be called as keywords used to represent elements of algebra. The usage of terms is essential because, it is used to differentiate terms and elements. For example: Variables, constants.**

List of algebra terms:

**Algebraic terms**

**Description**Variables are keywords used to represent an unknown quantity. Usually in algebra x. y. z. are used as variables.Constants As the name implies, Constants are used to represent constant values which doesn't change during the course of solving. Constants are numbers. Example: 4x +2 =0 , where 2 is the constant.Polynomials Expressions of a particular distance end to end with variables (x, y) multiplied with constants and constants individually are called as polynomials.

Example: 3x +9y +4Co-efficientsThese are used to represent terms which are present along with the variables. Example: In 4x, 4 is the co-efficient of x.Terms are used to represent a particular number or variable or any particular item or individual item. Example: 2x +3y , 2x is a term. Expressions This word is used to represent group of numbers and variables with symbols. 3x +8y +2EquationsEquations use equal to symbol. It is used to equate some terms with other terms. 3x +2y =2QuadraticsQuadratics are expressions with highest degree of 2. Example: 3x2 +2x +4RationalUsed to represent fractions Radicals Used to represent terms with roots.