Yes connectors are the same on both sides
You can:* Add the same expression to both sides of an equation * Subtract the same expression from both sides * Multiply the same expression (must not be zero) to both sides * Divide both sides by the same expression (must not be zero)
In an equation, the left side has the same value as the right side. The importance of doing the same thing to both sides is to keep the value of both sides the same so the equation does not change.
A square and a rhombus both are quadrilaterals that have sides that are the same length.
If you divide the same number from both sides of the equation,then the sides remain equal.
It is a symmetry!
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Are both sides the same. When you put a line going through the middle, are both sides the same or are they different.
It follows from the multiplication property of equality. Dividing both sides of an equation by the same number (not by zero, of course) is the same as multiply both sides of the equation by the number's reciprocal. For example, dividing both sides of an equation by 2 is the same as multiplying both sides by 0.5.
They both have 4 sides but of different lengths
The basic principle is that (with some caveats for certain operations) you can apply the SAME operation to both sides of an equation. For instance, you can add the same number to both sides, divide both sides by the same number (watching out that you don't accidentally divide by zero), take the square root on both sides, etc.