What is meant by 'algebraic proofs'?

By Kris Boulton on the 11th of June, 2012

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    A proof is a basic tool in algebra allowing the person working on a problem to show a given mathematical statement is accurate. As a very basic example, one side of the equation will be written as if it equals the other side of the equation. A proof is the work required to confirm a statement is true.

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