# Ch 3: Advanced Algebra Concepts

Develop a deeper understanding of advanced algebra concepts, such as logarithms and Boolean algebra, by using these helpful video and text lessons. This chapter can provide a quick review before you take algebra class, professional certification or even college or military entrance exams.

## Advanced Algebra Concepts - Chapter Summary

From arithmetic progressions to logarithms, this chapter is designed to offer a quick overview of advanced topics in algebra. Lessons will address theorems, formulas and problem-solving practices common in advanced algebra. You will learn how to apply these concepts to understand quadratic equations, compound equalities and more. After your review of this chapter, you should be able to:

• Differentiate between arithmetic, geometric and harmonic progressions
• Calculate a geometric series and apply formulas to calculate combinations
• Provide details about the Binomial Theorem
• Explain how to graph one- and two-variable inequalities
• Detail standard, intercept and vertex forms of quadratic equations
• Define logarithms and how to evaluate them
• Summarize details about Boolean algebra

Lessons are taught by expert instructors who present the material in simple terms and with illustrations and detailed examples. Your Dashboard makes it easy to track your progress through this chapter, and you can contact instructors with any questions about these topics. Assess what you have learned and whether you need further studies by taking the quizzes found in each of these lessons.

11 Lessons in Chapter 3: Advanced Algebra Concepts
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