Algebraic notation

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Algebraic notation can mean:

  • In mathematics and computers, infix notation, the practice of representing a binary operator and operands with the operator between the two operands (as in "2 + 2")
  • Algebraic notation (chess), one of the most popular systems for notating the placement and movement of pieces in a chess game
  • In linguistics, recursive categorical syntax, also known as "algebraic syntax", a theory of how natural languages are structured
  • Mathematical notation for algebra