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of or relating to algebra

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At the end of the chapter on the Arab revolt in Oriental Assembly (also contained in The Seven Pillars of Wisdom), Lawrence helpfully sums up his view of insurgent warfare in 50 words: "Granted mobility, security (in the form of denying targets to the enemy), time, and doctrine (the idea to convert every subject to friendliness), victory will rest with the insurgents, for the algebraical factors are in the end decisive, and against them perfections of means and spirit struggle quite in vain.
Mention should be made that, based on these results, the stretches do not seem to be tensors in their algebraical nature, as usually taken for granted.
Before attempting the line concept, the concept of slope must be introduced in a simple way, and with the clear algebraical movements that the professor introduces in the classroom the concept of equation y=mx+b can be reached.
By this method of antagonism we steady our minds, not so as to reach their object, but to point them in the right direction; as in an algebraical process we might add and subtract in series, approximating little by little, by saying and unsaying, to a positive result.
Algebraical symbols are used when you do not know what you are talking about.
Of the 6,000 or more usable characters which are beyond the ken of dialect, I myself know most, and I know their algebraical value: i.
Yet, the algebraical expressions looked more intimidating.