It is formed by two expressions that equal each other
Numbers are divisible by 6 if they are even and also divisible by 3. examples are 6,12,18,24,30,36,60,54,...... examples as algebric expressions 18xy+12z+6y-a,where a is divisible by 6 i.e 6,12,18...
Algebraic expressions can't be solved because they are not equations but they can be simplified.
The whole idea of algebra (at least, to a great extent) is to help solving real-life problems.
i think so...an algebric expression is that which involves algebric terms while an algebric expression is that algebric expression which involve an inequality sign.
An algebric expression can have any number of terms.
This would usually be written as:5n 5x 5a etc., i.e., 5, immediately followed by the desired variable.
An expression does not have an equals sign, An equation has an equals sign,
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kirchoffs voltage law : the algebric sum of all voltage drop is equal to algebric sum of voltage risekirchoffs current law : algebric sum of all current entering at a node is equal to algebric sum of current leavingCommentIt's Kirchhoff, not 'Kirchoff'!
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Any "expression" that represents a numeric value. Example: 2+2=4 or x+7=10. Actually the examples above are equations, not expressions. Expressions do not have = signs. 7a and 4x are examples.
x = 1/2. y = -3/7.
Exponential, trigonometric, algebraic fractions, inverse etc are all examples.
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The algebraic term is: 2m