## Mastering Algebra

The Algebra lessons on Ultimate Maths, teach you a variety of important algebra skills that will help you in your academic
studies. Starting with the basics of algebra and moving on to simultaneous and quadratic equations we provide lessons for
almost all secondary school levels.
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Quadratic Equations
A quadratic equation is any
equation with the general
structure of: ax²+bx+c where
a ≠ 0. The name “quadratic
coefficient” is given to the
values of a,b & c. Quadratic
equations are a major topic
of secondary school...

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Basics of Algebra
Algebra is a form of
mathematics in which we do
not only use numbers but
also letters and symbols.
Studying algebra involves
working with these symbols
and letters and learning the
techniques used to...

Expanding Brackets
Sometimes, algebraic
expression are put into one
or more brackets. This can
be helpful in some cases, but
in other cases we need to
get rid of the bracket(s) to
work with the expression. Let
us first look at how to...

Linear Equations
Linear Equations are
equations with one equal
sign that only include one
unknown. 1 + x = x - 2 is an
example of a linear equation.
They are usually quite easy
to solve. Simple linear
equations usually have...