algebra

/ˈaldʒɪbrə/

/ˈaldʒɪbrə/

*noun*- the part of mathematics in which letters and other general symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations.

"courses in algebra, geometry, and Newtonian physics"- a system of algebra based on given axioms.

plural noun:**algebras**

- a system of algebra based on given axioms.

Algebra II is the final step in learning the fundamental maths required for higher learning. Concepts such as Functions, Qudratics, Radicals, and Complex numbers will be the building blocks for students as they continue their math career.