Posted by **crystabel** on Thursday, September 28, 2006 at 2:35pm.

wat are the square brackets that are found in algebra

Just one way of grouping the terms in an algebraic expression. You can also us () or {} besides []. In certain contexts each of these symbols can have other meanings too, but the context should make it clear what is meant. Typically we use () first, then [] and {}.

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