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Q: Is a number sentence a expression or equation?

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That word "equals" in there makes it an equation.

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In math expression means when you have a number sentence without an equal sign.A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation. A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation.

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An equation states that an expression is equal to either a number or another expression.The 'equals' sign ( = ) is the tip-off that you have an equation.

The expression, not equation, is probably 481/3

A number is an expression. It is not an equation, or an inequality, since it doesn't have an equal sign, or an inequality (greater than, less than, etc.) sign.

y - 7x is not an equation, it is an expression. An expression cannot have a slope.y - 7x is not an equation, it is an expression. An expression cannot have a slope.y - 7x is not an equation, it is an expression. An expression cannot have a slope.y - 7x is not an equation, it is an expression. An expression cannot have a slope.

an equation is a number sentence with and = sign

Equation

Expression has no answer. a equation has an answer

If there is no = sign it is an expression but if there is an = sign it is an equation

An algebraic expression is a mathematical sentence that includes a variable but does not have an equal sign. for example: 2x is an algebraic expression 2x = 6 is an equation

An algebraic equation or inequality can have a solution, an algebraic expression cannot. If substituting a number in place of a variable results in the equation or inequality being a true statement, then that number is a solution of the equation or inequality.

A number sentence is a mathematical equation, such as 2x6+5x4=32.

You cannot write an algebraic expression for that, you need an equation. The equation is n - 6 = 4

An Algebraic expression is any expression (equation) that contains a letter where a number should be.

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I'm pretty sure it's an open sentence.

In Algerbra, an expression is a math sentence, such as 5y+3x, that does not have an equal sign. When you include the equal sign it becomes equation.

Well, it depends on what type of equation you have...... Say its something like this: n - 3 ....and you were asked to write a verbal expression, it could be one of many: a number minus three or three subtracted from a number....and so on. They are basically just word/sentence forms of the equation itself.

1 + 1 = 2

An equation is a ploblem with no answer and an expression is a problem with an answer so you'll get different answers with an equation and an expression.