algebraic
[ aljuhbreyik ]
/ ˌæl dʒəˈbreɪ ɪk /

adjective
of, occurring in, or utilizing algebra.
Mathematics. of or relating to an element that is the root of a polynomial equation with coefficients from some given field: is algebraic over the field of real numbers.
using arbitrary letters or symbols in place of the letters, symbols, or numbers of an actual application.
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Also al·ge·bra·i·cal.
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Examples from the Web for algebraically
The problem of finding the maximum product of n positive quantities whose sum is given may also be found, algebraically, thus.
A locus or curve may be algebraically specified in another way; viz.
British Dictionary definitions for algebraically
algebraic
algebraical
/ (ˌældʒɪˈbreɪɪk) /
adjective
of or relating to algebraan algebraic expression
using or relating to finite numbers, operations, or relationships
Derived Formsalgebraically, adverb
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