Sunday, 8 March 2015

Important rules to remember to score in Algebra

In your opinion, which are the three MOST IMPORTANT rules to remember in order to ensure your success in Algebra?

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  1. 1. The associative law which is quite complicated but gets the accurate answer in the end.
    2. The different variables.
    3. MUST simplify.

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    1. 2. The different variables means the like and unlike terms.

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  2. 1. Always double check your signs, some questions tend to trick you
    2. For Me I Follow This Order Of Operations
    1)Sign
    2)Number
    3) Algebra
    3. For Sentence Questions , I will always put brackets regardless of what symbol that comes before.

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  3. math signs
    negative or positive numbers
    multiplication of real numbers
    no careless mistakes

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    1. whoops num4
      rules of multiplication of real numbers

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  4. 1. The change of signs e.g + to -
    2. Simplifying
    3. Don't get tricked e.g xy times yx
    Don't think the two are different.

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  5. BODMAS
    Presentation
    Simplify
    No arrows

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  6. 1. The multiplication and division of real numbers of positive and negative.
    2. The associative law and commutative law.
    3. The order of operation.

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  7. to know the laws when using operations on positive and negative numbers
    to use the correct laws example the associative law
    to understand the alphabet in the algebra meaning

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    1. differentiate between like and unlike terms.

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  9. 1.multiplication of negative and positive numbers
    2.the terms must be the same in order to add
    3.for fractions, you must have to change it to common denominator

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  10. 1. The association law, distributive law, commutative law.
    2. Simplify your answer.
    3. Change signs (e.g. from + to -).

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  11. 1. Distributive Law
    2. Associative Law
    3. Rules of operations

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  12. 1. The three laws: Associative, Distributive and Commutative
    2. Do not make careless mistakes
    3. Double check answers as the signs might need to be changed

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  13. 1. Always check the steps and sign
    2. Check associative law
    3. check the question if it asks for expansion or simplification

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  14. Three Most Important Rules in Algebra:

    1. Law of Operations
    2. Distributive law
    3. Multiplicative law

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  15. Use the distributive or associative law when multiplying, remember that when there is a (-) sign in front of a value, that value will be a negative one. When there is a (-) sign in front of a bracket, there would be a invisible 1
    and the negative 1 would be multiplied to all the numbers within the bracket and the mathematical sign would be affected.

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    1. 1. BODMAS
      2. distributive law and associative law
      3. try to put all letters in alphabetical order

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  16. 1. simplify
    2. law of operations
    3. change signs

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  17. 1) Checking your simplification
    2) Associative , Distributive and Commutative laws must be used.
    3)How the signs change when certain operations are taken.

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  18. 1) For equations with two or more fractions, the numerator of the fractions (except for the first fraction) needs to have brackets.
    2) Associative, Distributive and Commutative laws
    3) Put algebraic expressions alphabetically: axb=ab

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  19. 1)The Laws of Algebra
    2)Multiplying and dividing with positive and negative numbers
    3)Differentiate like and unlike terms

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  20. 1) Simplify
    2) Obey all laws
    3) Do it carefully

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  21. Simplify the ans
    Be mindful of the signs when multiplying and dividing
    All the different laws

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