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Q: How do you evaluate variable expressions?

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432-2p evaluate expressions = 430

Basically the same way that you evaluate other types of expressions with variables: * You replace the variables by the value assigned to the variables. * Then you do the specified calculations.

They are both expressions.

It means that if you replace one variable with one of the numbers, and the other variable with the other numbers, and then evaluate the expressions on each side of the equations, the equalities will be true.

Two expressions are "equivalent" if they have the same result for any values of the variable or variables.

Expressions never have equality signs

An equation if both expressions are equal

An expression with a variable.

An expression with a variable.

These two are both similar because they are both expressions.

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