Scientific Method In Algebra

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Exploring the Language of STEM,
Scientific Method and Algebra
Rashed Alhefeiti
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Intro to Mathematics and Engineering at an American university class is very significant, for it can help you to improve your mental abilities in mathematics and arithmetic. You studied mathematics in school but in different languages. In English, the symbols and methods are different than others. When I took the last lesson with Mr. Steven, I was surprised because I studied different things in my language. I found it easier in English because mathematics is very complicated in Arabic, and the rest of us know that. Many students like to take this class to know more information about their major before attending the university. When they take this class, they will be ready for the calculus class in the university and everything will be easier.
Scientific Method The Scientific method is an essential thing that you do before you publish your research. It contains six steps, and you have to follow the order
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The old Arabs created this field in mathematics and they called it Algebra. I have studied different kinds of Algebra, such as the simple and the compound. It contains a lot of vocabulary, so it is difficult to remember each word. The most common things that you have to learn are symbols, variable, and constants. Also, you have to learn about the equations, and how do you draw them in standard form. Moreover, the drawing is different from the equation to another one because it depends on the exponents. For each equation, there is a solution, and you cannot say that is an equation if it doesn’t have a solution. We use these equations a lot in our life, for almost everything depends on mathematics and physics. Overall, Algebra is a very interesting field, and it improves your mental abilities and your intuition to be an excellent

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