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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
1 Dimension 5,436
2 Determinant 5,078
3 Algebra 4,851
4 Binomial theorem 3,232
5 Ratio 2,354
6 Order of operations 1,936
7 Coefficient 1,788
8 Partial fraction 1,467
9 Isomorphism 1,394
10 Union (set theory) 1,315
11 Completing the square 1,263
12 Recurrence relation 1,223
13 Operator 1,215
14 Factorization 1,167
15 Intersection (set theory) 1,058
16 Variable (mathematics) 1,049
17 Power set 949
18 Complement (set theory) 754
19 Binomial 581
20 Permanent 573
21 Algebraic number 439
22 Monomial 439
23 Operand 438
24 Closed-form expression 416
25 Canonical form 387
26 History of elementary algebra 348
27 Symmetric difference 302
28 Rational root theorem 298
29 Identity element 297
30 Inverse element 284
31 Congruence relation 265
32 Universal algebra 258
33 Trinomial 247
34 Automorphism 245
35 Multinomial theorem 244
36 Kernel (algebra) 222
37 Irreducible polynomial 196
38 The Compendious Book on Calculation by Completion and Balancing 195
39 Algebraic function 194
40 K-theory 190
41 Digital root 172
42 Generalizations of the derivative 127
43 Filtration (mathematics) 125
44 Degree (mathematics) 120
45 Constant (mathematics) 118
46 Conjugate (algebra) 101
47 Theory of equations 100
48 Distributive lattice 94
49 Laws of Form 89
50 Brahmagupta–Fibonacci identity 86
51 Timeline of algebra 80
53 Cyclotomic polynomial 74
54 Cycle (mathematics) 71
55 Freshman's dream 68
56 Kernel (set theory) 63
57 Unital algebra 60
58 Indeterminate (variable) 52
59 Algebraic extension 50
60 Sylvester's determinant theorem 46
61 K-theory (physics) 43
62 Systems of polynomial equations 43
63 Variety (universal algebra) 38
64 Immanant of a matrix 38
65 Componendo and dividendo 37
66 Generalized arithmetic progression 31
67 Aperiodic finite state automaton 28
68 Algebraic solution 27
69 Continuant (mathematics) 27
70 New algebra 27
71 Graph dynamical system 25
72 Association scheme 23
73 Stack (descent theory) 23
74 Ax–Grothendieck theorem 21
75 Monomial basis 20
76 Temperley–Lieb algebra 20
77 Goursat's lemma 20
78 Symbolic method 18
79 Absolutely irreducible 18
80 Dixmier conjecture 17
81 Timeline of algebra and geometry 17
82 Rational difference equation 17
83 Polynomial Diophantine equation 15
84 Grigorchuk group 15
85 Bose–Mesner algebra 14
86 Reduct 14
87 Anyonic Lie algebra 13
88 De Morgan algebra 13
89 Median algebra 12
90 Substitution (algebra) 12
91 Vinay V. Deodhar 12
92 Book:Algebraic Mathematics and Logics 11
93 Prosolvable group 11
94 Content (algebra) 10
95 Spherical design 9
96 Binomial number 9
97 Rank of a group 9
98 Topological module 8
99 Differential equations of addition 8
100 Real structure 8
101 Schur algebra 8
102 Operation theory 7
103 Alternatization 7
104 Landau's algorithm 7
105 Tertiary ideal 7
106 Grushko theorem 6
107 Field arithmetic 6
108 Transforming polynomials less than 5 views
109 Annihilating space less than 5 views
110 Kronecker substitution less than 5 views
111 Ping-pong lemma less than 5 views
112 Basic algebra topics less than 5 views
113 Plugging in (algebra) less than 5 views
114 Conservation form less than 5 views
115 Algebraic biology less than 5 views
116 Distributive homomorphism less than 5 views
117 Multiplicative digital root less than 5 views
118 Boundedly generated group less than 5 views
119 Algebraic signal processing less than 5 views
120 Invertible module less than 5 views
121 Infrastructure (number theory) less than 5 views
122 Étale algebra less than 5 views
123 Haran's diamond theorem less than 5 views
124 Cluster algebra less than 5 views
125 Graph algebra (social sciences) less than 5 views

# Encyclopedia

Algebra (from the Arabic "al-djebr" meaning "reunion", "connection" or "completion") is a branch of mathematics which may be defined as a generalization and extension of arithmetic, and is focused on finding patterns between groups of numbers, operators, and other mathematical objects. The following category includes articles about algebra. Algebra is also a branch of mathematics that substitutes letters for numbers, replacing the unknown value with a letter.

## Subcategories

This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.

## Pages in category "Algebra"

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# Study guide

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## Subcategories

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## Pages in category "Algebra"

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# Source material

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# Wiktionary

Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Terms used in algebra, whether abstract algebra or the more familiar variety.

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## Subcategories

This category has the following 15 subcategories, out of 15 total.

## Entries in category “Algebra”

The following 129 pages are in this category, out of 129 total.

# Wikibooks

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### From Wikibooks, the open-content textbooks collection

This category contains books on algebra: the branch of mathematics concerning the study of structure, relation, and quantity. In addition to working directly with numbers, algebra covers working with symbols, variables, and set elements. Addition and multiplication are viewed as general operations, and their precise definitions lead to structures such as groups, rings, and fields.

## Related categories

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