Algebra Quizzes & Trivia
Our kids don't really like algebra. And it doesn't even matter if it's when they reach high school or not, they truly hate it. The funny thing is that algebra for kids is quite simple and very easy. Parents...
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Sample QuestionWhat's the double of 5?
Studied and considered by German mathematician C.M. Ringel in the 1990s, a Ringel–Hall algebra is exclusively applicable in mathematics as a generalization of an associative algebra called the Hall algebra.
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Sample QuestionWhen was the Hall algebra rediscovered by Philip Hall?
An exponent refers to the number of times a number is multiplied by itself and In mathematics, a radical expression is defined as any expression containing a radical (√) symbol.
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Sample QuestionIn...., a radical expression is defined as any expression containing a radical symbol.
Algebra foundations are the formations and tools of algebra. Algebra is one of the broad parts of mathematics, together with number theory, geometry and analysis.
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In its most general form, algebra is the study of mathematical symbols and the rules for manipulating these symbols; it is a unifying thread of almost all of mathematics
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Sample QuestionAlgebra can be studied in how many courses or subjects?
Algebra (from Arabic "aljabr" literally meaning "reunion of broken parts") is one of the broad parts of mathematics, together with number theory, geometry and analysis.
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Sample QuestionAlgebra is a topic under .....
An Expression value intuition is a mathematical phrase that combines numbers and/or variables using mathematical operations.
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Sample QuestionExpression value intuition is a topic under ....
Algebraic thinking includes recognizing and analyzing patterns, studying and representing relationships, making generalizations, and analyzing how things change. Take a quiz and learn more of algebra.
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Sample QuestionAdd five plus zero minus two, what will your answer be? Which one do you like?
This test will tell you how good you are in algebra. There may be more than one answer to each question.
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Sample QuestionWhat formula would you use to find the area of a circle.R=radiusD=diameterPi=pi^=to the power of the number following itx=multiplication
Translate each verbal phrase into an algebraic expression. Do not put any spaced between operations and numbersAddition: use "+"Subtraction: use ""Multiplication: no symbolDivision: use "/"
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Sample Question5 − (9 − 3) + 6
Mini Quiz 3VOISE Academy Algebra
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Sample QuestionHow many pints are in 11 gallons?
This test will contain information from the PVHS Algebra 2 coursework from sections 59
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Sample QuestionCompound Interest 1 How much will you have in your account if:$57387 is invested at 11.2% compounded semiannually for 84 years
First homework of the year.
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Sample QuestionLesson 1.3What is the most improtant rule of Aglebra?
I'll be quizzing and giving y'all some formulas through chapters 1011 (focusing on conic sections and probability).
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Sample QuestionMATCHING: So, we've already got the equations of all the basic conics. Now for the location of the vertices, foci, and covertices. Y'all will now match: For a horizontal A, vertices are (h+a, k) and (ha, k); foci are (h+c, k) and (hc, k); covertices are (h, k+b) and (h, kb); asymptotes are yk= (+/)b/a(xh) For a horizontal B, the focus is (h+p, k), and the directrix is x=hp For a horizontal C, the vertices are (h+a, k) and (ha, k); foci are (h+c, k) and (hc, k); covertices are (h, k+b) and (h, kb). The below answers are listed as the projected guesses for A, B, and C in that order.
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Sample QuestionWrite in logarithmic form
This quiz will allow you to learn and practice questions on quadratics from New York's Integrated Algebra Regents test.
There are 15 questions in all, with 5 topics.
Each set of questions (topics) is accompanied by an...
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Sample QuestionKhan Academy Video
Mini Quiz 4VOISE Academy Algebra Ms. Johnson
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Sample QuestionFind x.
This is the 1st algebra test of the Coolmaths service. Next test will be released soon. Thanks for your support!
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Sample QuestionSolve for "X":
Algebra is a very interesting subject when you put your heart into it. Have you been having a tough time in algebra class and are now looking for revision material? Take up the quiz below and start your revision journey with...
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Systems of linear and quadratic equations. You have unlimited attempts.
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Sample QuestionSolve the system:
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Sample QuestionFind the perimeter of the rectangle.
Practice Test for the Final Exam in Honors and Track 1 Algebra 2.Good Luck!
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Algebra II Readiness Test for the Summer Academic Enrichment Program (SAEP)
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Sample QuestionWhich property does the following expression represent? 8 * 1 = 8
How good are you at the basic Algebra 1? Take my test to find out!
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Sample QuestionWhat is the axis of symmetry for y=3x29x+5?
Do your best, please be quiet, It has been a pleasure being your teacher this year.
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Sample QuestionSimplify the following expression. 2r + 4 +10
This is the chapter test for Chapter 2 of the Algebra 1 textbook for CHISD.
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Sample QuestionThe sum of twice r and three times s is identical to thirteen.
This quiz is designed to review students in algebra I for their semester I exam
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Sample QuestionWhich equation below is NOT an equation of a line that has an xintercept of 2 and goes through point (3, 6)
This review will help prepare you for the Chapter 1 Algebra test. The chapter 1 test is a NO CALCULATOR TEST so when completing this review you shouldn't use a calculator.You must enter your name (first and last name) to...
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Good Luck!!!! This is your 1st test.. And also goes in Midquater grade too.
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Sample Question1. The volume of a box is found by multiplying its height h, length l, and width w. If the measure of the volume of a box is 130, what could its dimensions be?