Algebra Homework Help : Formulae & Algebraic Relations
How does a Formula express an Algebraic Relation ?A formula is a fixed rule that shows the relation between two or more variables. In other words, it is an equation that expresses in symbols a general algebraic relationship (i.e., the dependence of some variables on other variables).
Example :
Perimeter of rectangle = 2 (length + breadth)
Formulae can be written in different but equivalent ways. Since there are multiple ways of writing an equation (formula), it is possible that the computer may mark a correct answer wrong when you solve some of the algebra exercises. So, please always check the answers and explanations by clicking on the 'Score and Show Answer(s)' button. Practice Exercise for Algebra Module on Formulae & Algebraic Relations

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