Algebraic [adjective]
Definition of Algebraic:
concerning manipulation of numbers
Opposite/Antonyms of Algebraic:

Sentence/Example of Algebraic:
Another does most of the work of applying basic algebraic rules like associativity.
In my experience, the proportion of female mathematicians varies wildly by subfield, and in algebraic topology I can see exactly why it’s such a welcoming area for young women.
Today, category theory and its nextgeneration version, higher category theory, are central to many fields of math, from algebraic geometry to mathematical physics.
Now, it turns out that you could describe all of these 12 ways algebraically, and we would have a room full of algebraic expressions, all of them equivalent to each other, which is a really nice discussion.
Like everything pertaining to female nature, this system may be resolved into two algebraic terms—Yes: no.
Algebraic notation was not sufficiently developed to enable the argument to be condensed into a form easily surveyed.
Nonalgebraic equations occur frequently—equations involving trigonometrical functions, for example.
This engine was to be capable of evaluating any algebraic formula.
Yet there may not be any limit to algebraic or mathematical determinations.
Then the position of rest is half the algebraic sum of two readings.