Algebra - Adding and subtracting algebraic fractions - practice questions
Adding and subtracting algebraic fractions - practice questions
Algebra is really just mathematics with no numbers. In place of numbers we
can use any pronumeral (eg: _a, b, c, x, y_ or_ z_). It can be explained
with fruit and vegetables, building blocks, rectangular floors and square
rooms. You have seen how it can be applied to real world problems: the X.Y.
Algebra shop, speed, and temperature.
In algebra you can add, subtract, multiply and divide - just like numbers.
If you get to know the patterns, you don't need to know the numbers! What
could be simpler!
You should now be able to do these last practice questions.
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