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### Algebra presentation

1. 1. For the purpose of this lesson will be focusing on the three equation of algebra.b ALGEBRA MADE SIMPLE presented By Sicelo Masondo (201048366) & Nkosikhona Soqinase (201102273)
2. 2. THE 3 ASPECT OF ALGEBRA THAT WILL BE FOCUSED ON ARE: 1.FACTORISING 2.SOLVING THE SQUARE 3.QUADRATIC EQUATION.
3. 3. AN OVERVIEW OF THIS LESSON An overview of this lesson In this module: • We will revisit the notion of an equation in the context of quadratic equations. • Pupils will be encouraged to use their own informal methods before being introduced to formal solution procedures. • We will revisit the concept (meaning) of the solution of an equation. The number of solutions of an equation (no solution; 1 solution, 2 solutions or many solutions) will be dripped. • Out of this we will extract the notion of a quadratic equation, so as to distinguish it from linear and other equations. • Finally, we will reflect on the solution procedures. Assumptions: 1. that pupils know how to factorise trinomials and complete the square2. that pupils are familiar with the meaning of "square" and the concept of "perfect square”
4. 4. THEORICALLY WHAT IS ALGEBRA?
5. 5. ALGEBRA•Algebra is the branch of mathematics concerning the study of the rules of operations and relations, and the constructions and concepts arising from them, including terms, polynomials, equations and algebraic structures. Together with geometry, analysis, topology, combinatorics, and number theory, algebra is one of the main branches of pure mathematics. John J OConnor and Edmund F Robertson, MacTutor History of Mathematics archive (University of St Andrews, 2005).
6. 6. WHAT IS MEANT BY QUADRATIC EQUATION?
8. 8. EXAMPLES OF QUADRATIC EQUATION
10. 10. 1.HOW TO SOLVE AQUADRATIC EQUATION.
11. 11. EXAMPLES OF SOLVEDQUADRATIC EQUATIONSalgebra4children.com