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Q: A symbol that stands for an unknown quantity?

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"x" stands for any unknown or variable quantity; 3x means 3 times this quantity.

x or any other variable

It is a variable and is expressed as a letter as for example it could be x or y

Nobody 'invented' it... letters are often used in maths to signify an unknown quantity.

x= the unknown

The Unknown Quantity - 1919 was released on: USA: 14 April 1919

An algebraic expression uses a letter to represent an unknown quantity.

The symbol V stands for voltage.

A comparison between an unknown quantity and a standard is known formally as a measurement. In essence, by taking a measurement of a standard against an unknown quantity, you are creating your own system of measurement.

X Stands for Unknown was created on 1984-02-10.

X is the symbol for multiplication, as in 2X2=4 X (or any other letter) is often used to represent an unknown quantity.

It is calibrating.

Be stands for Beryllium.

The chemical symbol Pb stands for "lead", Plum bum.

A variable is usually assumed to represent an unknown quantity. You don't need to "do" anything special to your variable.

A variable is usually assumed to represent an unknown quantity. You don't need to "do" anything special to your variable.

The symbol Ca stands for the element Calcium.The symbol Ca stands for the element Calcium.

a letter or symbol that stands for one or more numbers is a

An unknown number represented by a letter or symbol is a variable.

A variable is assigned to represent an unknown quantity.

A numerical coefficient refers to a symbol or a number that is multiplied with a variable or an unknown quantity in an algebraic term. For example, 48 is the coefficient in the term 48x.

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