In a mathematical equation, the constant is defined as a term in the equation that only includes a real number. Since a negative number is a real number, then yes, a negative number can be considered a constant. For example, in the equation 6x -2... -2 would be the constant because it is a term that contains only the real number (-2).
There are lots of ways to do this, but here's one:(99 - 9) / 9 = 10By the way, you probably mean "expression" rather than "equation." The equation includes both sides of the equals sign, so it isn't written only with 9's.
37 is a prime number, so 1 x 37 is the only equation using whole numbers that can produce 37.
In math, everything is unbiased because every equation or every problem only has one correct answer. The only answer for 2+2 is 4; it cannot be 5 or 3 or any other number.
210 divided by 30 equals 7 and 30 x 7 is 210.
trunc(79/35) = 2
None. Division by 0 is not permitted and, as soon as you multiply by 0, everything becomes 0.
An equation may have zero, one, or more solutions (this is also true for a system of equations). The equation 2 + x = 5 has only solution, for example. x can only equal 3, so there is one solution. (An example of an equation with more that one solution is x2 = 4. In this case x can equal 2 or -2, so this equation has two solutions. An example of an equation with an infinite number of solutions is x + 6 = 3*2 + x. x can equal any number to make this equation true, so it has an infinite number of solutions. The equation x = x + 1 is an example of an equation with no solutions.)
A conditional equation is one in which it is only true for some of the variables but not for others. An example would be 2x-5=9. This is a conditional equation because the only possible value for x is 7.
a straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth.
There's no way to make an equation out of only a number.
A term, expression, equation or identity.
So you know this is the equation you are suppose to be using. If the equation gives you the diameter of the cylinder then divide that number in half and plug the number you got into the equation. This is because the radius is half of the diameter. Otherwise, the only way to find the volume is if you have the area of the base. Then multiply that area by the height.
Just about anything. Math can describe things, but it's not the only way to describe things.
The number that replaces a variable is the solution to the equation. great question, but it's only the answer.??
In math 227 is a prime number because it has only two factors which are itself and one.
The only way math could be involved in barrel racing is if you look at it using physics.
The level of consciousness you are using when solving a math's problem may be referred to as esoteric. This is only understood by a small group that have a special interest.
a prime number has only 2 factors
Pure math is always correct w/o error. Pure math delves into the realm of theory and generality. For example, the equation 3x+5=72. This is asking you to solve a very specific equation where x has one value and is very restricted in R^1. A pure math problem would ask you to prove integration by parts for all R^n, and even then, only as an undergrad. Applied math, on the other hand cares more about the real world and modeling. You might be asked to generate a graph based off of data or solve a very specific differential equation. However, applied math can only improve with the advancement of pure math. I.E. pure mathematicians create the patterns, rules, and tools of the trade while applied mathematicians take them out of theory and into practice.
Without an equality sign the given expression is not an equation and so therefore a solution is not possible.
It is the only day that was named after a number