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On average, with the help of this article it takes 40-50 seconds to learn basic algebra. You may have heard that algebra is a difficult part of mathematics and its basics are applied in other part of mathematics. Now you do not have to worry about it here’s a steps which will help you to begin algebra basics in few minutes. Follow below given steps to begin algebra for sure you will make less mistakes in your algebra.

**1) Multiply by -1 changes sign **

This is the very common mistake students do in algebra. Always remember when you solve any algebra or mathematics equation and you need to multiply by -1. Interchange the sign of that equation.

2) Learn about variable:

Variables are one of the lag of algebra without understanding variable part it is hard to begin algebra problems. Watch video tutorial or take **live algebra help** for every lesion you start.

3) Compute practice problem:

Practice each lesion problems. Try to avoid doing small mistakes like when solving algebra equation track on changing sign, cross multiplication, variables and most important calculation. You can **go online for step by step solutions help**.

4) Self-Test

After following these step take k self-test this will help you to determine where you stand in algebra basics and whether you have the basic foundation to begin an upper algebra curriculum.

Follow these 4 steps for every lesion of algebra this will guaranteed help you to reduce mistake and to begin a strong basic of algebra. Since many people come from different background so it is hard to tell you exactly where to start. For this you can follow the 4^{th} step first which will tell you exactly where you stand in algebra.

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