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Q: How are word problems with equations different from word problems with expressions?

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You will need to use your brain to figure that out. Different word problems need different equations.

It depends on the edition, but typically, it would include, working with expressions that include variables - for example, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing such expressions; fractions (also with expressions); writing equations (based on word problems) and solving those equations; factoring polynomials; graphing; perhaps some basic trigonometry. - High school algebra is all about working with variables.

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The link gives some very simple examples. Search for "word problems one step equations worksheet" and you will find many more!

Set up a proportion equation.

In problem solving especially word problems, language is used to represent equations.

Because the word equation for some reactions are too long

Well, it's important to ask the question first.

You may be referring the the word sum, which is the addition of a set of numbers

Not sure what you mean by "the following"; but one word that is often related to division is "per".

Not sure what you mean by "the following"; but one word that is often related to division is "per".

3 R's stand for Read, Represent, Relate and ESP stands for Equate, Solve, and Prove........ These are the process in solving word problems using equations.

b/c it is shorter and easier to deal with

Some words or expressions may include: not similar, different, unlike.

its easier

three kinds of word problems there are: 1-compare 2-composite 3-change

The word "Innuendo" is commonly used... There's also the word "Insinuation" or "Allusion"

the word algebraic is arabic.

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I like to calculate equations.

The plural noun 'expressions' is a concrete noun as a word for the looks on faces that convey an emotion; a word for a written or spoken phrases; a word for acts of pressing something to expel a substance; a word for physical things.The plural noun 'expressions' is an abstract noun as a word for manners of speaking, singing, or playing an instrument so as to show mood or feeling; a word for a concept.

Last but not least, Last ditch effort and Last hurrah are expressions. They begin with the word last.