Inspirational Algebra Quotes On Success In Life
These algebra quotes will inspire you. Algebra is the part of mathematics in which letters and other general symbols are used to represent numbers and quantities in formulae and equations.
A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging algebra quotes, algebra sayings, and algebra proverbs.
Best Algebra Quotes
 “In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as algebra.” ~ Fran Lebowitz
 “As long as algebra is taught in school, there will be prayer in school.” ~ Cokie Roberts
 “The only way to learn mathematics is to do mathematics.” ~ Paul Halmos

“Dear Algebra, stop asking us to find your X, sheâ€™s not coming back” ~ Woody Paige
 “Algebra is generous; she often gives more than is asked of her.” ~ Jean le Rond d’Alembert
 “Algebra is the intellectual instrument which has been created for rendering clear the quantitative aspects of the world.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead
 “It is hard to convince a highschool student that he will encounter a lot of problems more difficult than those of algebra and geometry.” ~ E. W. Howe

“An ounce of algebra is worth a ton of verbal argument.” ~ John B. S. Haldane
 “As long as algebra and geometry have been separated, their progress have been slow and their uses limited; but when these two sciences have been united, they have lent each mutual forces, and have marched together towards perfection.” ~ JosephLouis Lagrange
 “I don’t know why I should have to learn Algebra… I’m never likely to go there.” ~ Billy Connolly
 “Algebra is the metaphysics of arithmetic.” ~ John Ray

“Life isn’t about algebra and geometry. Learning by making mistakes and not duplicating them is what life is about.” ~ Lindsay Fox
 “…A strange art â€“ music â€“ the most poetic and precise of all the arts, vague as a dream and precise as algebra.” ~ Guy de Maupassant
 “When you are dissatisfied and would like to go back to youth, think of Algebra.” ~ Will Rogers
 “Algebra is but written geometry and geometry is but figured algebra.” ~ Sophie Germain

“The elements of justice are identical with those of algebra.” ~ PierreJoseph Proudhon
 “The ordinary operations of algebra suffice to resolve problems in the theory of curves.” ~ JosephLouis Lagrange
 “My favorite subjects at school were algebra and logic: making a big problem into something small.” ~ Mario Testino
 “Algebra goes to the heart of the matter at it ignores the casual nature of particular cases.” ~ Edward Charles Titchmarsh

“Algebra reverses the relative importance of the factors in ordinary language.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead
 “Men are liars. We’ll lie about lying if we have to. I’m an algebra liar. I figure two good lies make a positive.” ~ Tim Allen
 “Every time I think I want to be young again, I remember algebra and physics.” ~ Ruth Brown
 “ALGEBRA is a general Method of Computation by certain Signs and Symbols which have been contrived for this Purpose, and found convenient.” ~ Colin Maclaurin

“You’re at your best when you don’t know what you’re doing.” ~ Paul Stanley
 “If you could stop every atom in its position and direction, and if your mind could comprehend all the actions thus suspended, then if you were really, really good at algebra you could write the formula for all the future; and although nobody can be so clever as to do it, the formula must exist just as if one could.” ~ Tom Stoppard
 “Arithmetic! Algebra! Geometry! Grandiose trinity! Luminous triangle! Whoever has not known you is without sense!” ~ Isidore Ducasse Lautreamont
 “Pressure is something you feel when you do not know what you are doing.” ~ Chuck Noll

“When you don’t know what you’re doing, fake it.” ~ Jill Shalvis
 “I sort of was good at writing essays. I was never very good at mathematics, and I was never very good at algebra. I loved science, but I wasn’t sure of it.” ~ Diane Cilento
 “What is algebra exactly; is it those threecornered things?” ~ James M. Barrie
 “The teacher manages to get along still with the cumbersome algebraic analysis, in spite of its difficulties and imperfections, and avoids the smooth infinitesimal calculus, although the eighteenthcentury shyness toward it had long lost all point.” ~ Felix Klein

“The author discusses valueless measures in pointless spaces.” ~ Paul Halmos
 “Emotions are far harder things to understand than algebra and geometry, yet we spend hours in elucidating mathematics and expect such a problem as that of human relationships to solve itself.” ~ Frances G. Wickes
 “There are two versions of math in the lives of many Americans: the strange and boring subject that they encountered in classrooms and an interesting set of ideas that is the math of the world and is curiously different and surprisingly engaging. Our task is to introduce this second version to today’s students, get them excited about math, and prepare them for the future.” ~ Jo Boaler
 “At the age of 12, I developed an intense interest in mathematics. On exposure to algebra, I was fascinated by simultaneous equations and read ahead of the class to the end of the book.” ~ John Pople

“In the algebra of psychology, X stands for a woman’s heart.” ~ Ambrose Bierce
 “We may always depend on it that algebra, which cannot be translated into good English and sound common sense, is bad algebra.” ~ William Kingdon Clifford
 “I write emotional algebra.” ~ Anais Nin
 “You need experience, adventure, and explorations more than you need algebra!” ~ John Taylor Gatto

“Worrying is as effective as trying to solve an algebra equation by chewing bubble gum.” ~ Mary Schmich
 “Algebra applies to the clouds.” ~ Victor Hugo
 “The fun little proofs that you can do with algebra – they are sort of like crowdpleasers in a way. Like, the .9 repeating equaling one. It doesn’t take a lot of algebra to prove that, and it’s really fun. It kind of wows people. It’s like they’re watching magic happen right before their eyes.” ~ Danica McKellar
 “I’m a visual thinker, really bad at algebra. There’s others that are a pattern thinker. These are the music and math minds. They think in patterns instead of pictures. Then there’s another type that’s not a visual thinker at all, and they’re the ones that memorize all of the sports statistics, all of the weather statistics.” ~ Temple Grandin

“Poetry has become the higher algebra of metaphors.” ~ Jose Ortega y Gasset
 “I probably dreamt about running off to America or something when I was 16 because it just seemed like I was studying algebra and going, ‘What am I going to use this for?” ~ Carey Mulligan
 “Algebra looked like Chinese characters to me, and I could never get into reading Shakespeare. I just did not get it.” ~ Tommy Hilfiger
 “I failed chemistry. I almost failed algebra.” ~ Taye Diggs

“[At a musical concert:] . . . the music’s pure algebra of enchantment.” ~ Conrad Aiken
 “Algebra messed up one of those divisions between things that help you make sense of the world and keep it tidy. Letters make words; figures make numbers. They had no business getting tangled up together.” ~ Mal Peet
 “Some things that satisfy the rules of algebra can be interesting to mathematicians even though they don’t always represent a real situation.” ~ Richard P. Feynman
 “The music of Wagner imposes mental tortures that only algebra has the right to inflict.” ~ Paul Bins, comte de SaintVictor

“Always give more than what’s expected.” ~ Donald Trump
 “Algebras (jabber and Matabele) are geometric facts which are proved by propositions five and six of Book two of Elements.” ~ Omar Khayyam
 “Algebra is nothing more than geometry, in words;
geometry is nothing more than algebra, in pictures.” ~ Sophie Germain  “Algebra reverses the relative importance of the factors in ordinary language. It is essentially a written language, and it endeavors to exemplify in its written structures the patterns which it is its purpose to convey. The pattern of the marks on paper is a particular instance of the pattern to be conveyed to thought. The algebraic method is our best approach to the expression of necessity, by reason of its reduction of accident to the ghostlike character of the real variable.” ~ Alfred North Whitehead

“Algebra is rich in structure but weak in meaning.” ~ Rene Thom
 “Mozart, Pascal, Boolean algebra, Shakespeare, parliamentary government, baroque churches, Newton, the emancipation of women, Kant, Balanchine ballets, et al. donâ€™t redeem what this particular civilization has wrought upon the world. The white race is the cancer of human history.” ~ Susan Sontag
 “Cryptography has generated number theory, algebraic geometry over finite fields, algebra, combinatorics and computers.” ~ Vladimir Arnold
 “In fact, Gentlemen, no geometry without arithmetic, no mechanics without geometry… you cannot count upon success, if your mind is not sufficiently exercised on the forms and demonstrations of geometry, on the theories and calculations of arithmetic … In a word, the theory of proportions is for industrial teaching, what algebra is for the most elevated mathematical teaching.” ~ JeanVictor Poncelet

“Friendship is an Algebra test that nobody passes.” ~ Gregory David Roberts
 “There is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches, and once these laws are learned and obeyed by anyone, that person will get rich with mathematical certainty.” ~ Wallace D. Wattles
 “Why not spend that time on art: painting, sculpting, charcoal, pastel, oils? Are words or numbers more important than images? Who decides this? Does algebra move you to tears? Can plural possessives express the feelings in your heart? If you don’t learn art now, you will never learn to breathe!” ~ Laurie Halse Anderson

“Boys like Peter are afraid of a lot of things, like nuclear annihilation and flunking algebra, but they’re not afraid of wolves.” ~ Al Yankovic
 “Astronomy, that micrography of heaven, is the most magnificent of the sciences. … Astronomy has its clear side and its luminous side; on its clear side it is tinctured with algebra, on its luminous side with poetry.” ~ Victor Hugo
 “It’s strange how few of the world’s great problems are solved by people who remember their algebra.” ~ Herbert V. Prochnow
Algebra is a part of mathematics in which signs and letters represent numbers.