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ALGAutomotive Lease Guide
ALGAlgebra
ALGApplication Layer Gateway
ALGArbeitslosengeld (German: Unemployment Benefit)
ALGAlgorithm
ALGAmericans for Limited Government (Fairfax, Virginia)
ALGAdult Learning Grant (UK)
ALGApplication-Level Gateway
ALGAlamo Group, Inc. (Seguin, TX)
ALGAssociation of London Government
ALGAdvanced Landing Ground
ALGAntilymphocyte Globulin
ALGAmerican Laser Games
ALGArt. Lebedev Group
ALGAngry Little Girls (comic)
ALGAlgiers, Algeria - Houari Boumedienne (Airport Code)
ALGAutonomous Landing Guidance
ALGAin't Love Grand?
ALGAircraft Landing Gear
ALGAxiolinguogingival
ALGAdvanced Lithography Group
ALGArtists' Licensing Group, Ltd
ALGArmstrong Laing Group, Inc.
ALGALMA Liaison Group (European Southern Observatory)
ALGAssault Landing Group
ALGAmerican Leisure Group (various locations)
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We say that t [less than or equal to] t' holds in an ordered algebra A if [t.
BOSTON, April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- National Geographic Learning (NGL), part of Cengage Learning and a provider of quality educational materials for the PreK-12, adult education and ELT markets, today announced that the Financial Algebra program has been approved for use in grades 9-12 by Mesa Public Schools in Arizona.
What's more, failure to pass state algebra assessments is a more frequent problem for minority students and contributes to a serious achievement gap in math.
In attempting to explain the poor performance of elementary algebra students on the fraction test, one could argue that by ninth and tenth grade, students have simply forgotten what they previously learned regarding fractions, since the subject was formally taught in fourth, fifth, and sixth grade.
For mathematicians, the invention of algebra made it possible to think symbolically.
A topological algebra (or a topological vector space) A is called a galbed algebra (a galbed space) if there exists a sequence ([[alpha].
Moses takes a dramatically different approach to teaching algebra.
Thanks in part to an unsolicited five-year grant from the MacArthur Foundation, Moses used his voluntary teaching as a springboard toward building what by the mid-1980s was officially christened "The Algebra Project": a program designed to allow all high school students access to college-prep level mathematics by introducing them to the principles of algebra during the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades.
My journey began with a trail of 1,000 algebra problems.
We intend that our discussion and analysis will stimulate and inform debate on issues such as whether algebra as currently being taught is achieving its purpose for various groups of students, the levels of achievement that we expect, and the quantity and quality of instruction needed to reach such levels.
But the percentage of Algebra II students who scored proficient and advanced decreased by 4 points -- the sharpest decline districtwide and one that Romer said will be addressed through aggressive remediation courses.
1990), the Systemic Initiative for Montana Mathematics and Science (Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1996a and 1996b), or Computer Intensive Algebra (Fey and Heid, 1991).