# Algebra Resources

Maths Teaching Resources / Algebra Resources

Algebra often causes worry for students of all ages. Our algebra resources are designed to take that worry away by presenting information in a clear and engaging manner and giving students the opportunity to practice all types of algebra questions. We have worksheets available to help kids solve equations using a range of techniques, and improve their confidence with algebra. At Cazoom Maths we have a wealth of algebra resources suitable for all levels and abilities to guide your child or pupil through their maths education and ensure stress-free learning of this occasionally intimidating topic.

**Printable Algebra Teaching Materials**

Our algebra resources prepare students for any type of algebra question they may come across at any stage of their education. All algebra worksheets are supplied with answers, so you can assess how well your child or pupil is doing and identify areas for revision. Use Cazoom Maths to take the stress out of algebra and help students succeed.

### The Real Life Applications of Algebra

Many students think of algebra as an abstract concept which has no use in real life. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Knowledge of algebra enables students to solve complex problems in maths, science and many more disciplines. Algebra is useful in a wide range of maths problems, from solving equations, to linear functions and trigonometry, so it is important to ensure that students fully understand the basics by using engaging algebra worksheets. Having a solid knowledge of algebra will help prepare students for their exams, as well as a potential career in science and technology.

### Use of Algebra in the Workplace

In fields as diverse as medicine, finance and computer programming, algebra will be used daily. Algebraic formulae can be used represent two or more variables which are proportionate to each other, and so using algebra can help medical professionals work out what dose of medication to give a patient. Exchange rates and interest rates can be represented algebraically, and those working in finance will use these formulae daily. Many programming languages are based on algebraic formulae, so computer programmers often use the algebra knowledge they learned in school. Learning algebra might seem daunting to students, but with the help of quality maths worksheets, they will gain confidence in no time.