Main post link -> https://brilliant.org/assessment/techniques-trainer/algebra-glossary/
Thanks to the members who contributed to our glossary discussion, we now have an Algebra glossary available to everyone on Brilliant:
Please take a look and let us know what you think. This is still very much a community project, so please feel free to reply to this discussion with feedback, as well as terms that you think still need to be added or definitions that should be revised or improved.
Thanks again to all of our original contributors for their help!
Rules to keep things organized and civil:
- Top level replies (replies in the box directly below this message) should only contain a single term that you think belongs in the glossary. One term per post. Make sure your term isn't already listed (you might want to use your browser's search function), so we can avoid duplicates.
- Reply to the term you want to define with a defintion you'd like to propose. One definition per reply.
- Vote up terms and definitions you like. If you see a definition you disagree with, vote it down and write a better one.
- IMPORTANT: Only one term or definition per post, please.