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# Solution of Algebraic Theory Model

## Abstract

Usually, we use the arithmetic to build correlation equations for solutions when we encounter problems. This paper builds problem-solving model through the use of theory model of higher algebra, which are the research methods for problems based on algebra, to establish model matrix of relevant algebraic and response relationship of logic problems, and to formulate a concept of mathematical symbols system (MSS), to interpret problems in the process of the teaching, and to bring target of problems into the specific teaching of management; it lets students become supervisor of problem solving, concretely analyze and establish algebra theory model of related problems for problem-solving method.

## Keywords:

Algebraic model Mathematics teaching Equation Solution method## References

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