# Algebra vs Logs - What's the difference?

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## As nouns the difference between

is that

## As a verb

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(figurative) A system or process, that is like algebra by substituting one thing for another, or in using signs, symbols, etc., to represent concepts or ideas.
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## As nouns the difference between **algebra** and **logs**

is that **algebra**is algebra while

**logs**is .

## As a verb **logs** is

(*log*).

# algebra

## English

### Noun

(*wikipedia algebra*)

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**algebra**. }}

*John Newsome Crossley*) , by= , title= The emergence of number , url= http://books.google.com/books?id=rc6atSk1d4IC&pg=PA65 , original= , chapter= Latency , section= Al-Khwarizwi , isbn= 9971504146 , edition= , publisher= World Scientific , location= Singapore , editor= , volume= , page= 65 , passage=

*Algebra''**is used today by surgeons to mean ''bone-setting*, i.e. the restoration of bones, and the idea of restoration is present in the mathematical context, too. }}

**Algeber**. }}

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**Algebra**in which the symbols

*x'', ''y'', ''z*, &c. admit indifferently of the values 0 and 1, and of these values alone. }}

**Algebra**of honour ; which had never Been nam'd, if all had equal courage—what? }}