a function that can be expressed as a root of an equation in which a polynomial, in the independent and dependent variables, is set equal to zero.
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- algebra of sets,
- algebraic equation,
- algebraic expression,
- algebraic extension,
- algebraic geometry,
- algebraic notation,
- algebraic number,
- algebraic operation,
- algebraic topology
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maths any function which can be constructed in a finite number of steps from the elementary operations and the inverses of any function already constructedCompare transcendental function
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