It represents an algebraic equation in the variable, k.
The algebraic equation is: f = ma
Without m in the algebraic equation the line would have no steepness.
Yes, one equals one. If you get that when solving an algebraic equation, the equation is true for all real numbers.
An algebraic equation; Y=9
An expression simply contains no equals sign. This is an expression: 2x + 4y + 3 An equation contains an equals sign. This is an equation: 2x + 4y + 3 = 0
Yes because you have a letter in there that represents a number.
No. An equation must be equal to something, that's why its called an equation. 15x = 60 is an equation, in which case x equals 4
No, it is an arithmetic equation. There are no variables involved, only numeric constants and, as a result, most people would not consider it algebraic.
No. That is because 2 - 8x is an algebraic expression, not an equation. And since it is not an equation, it does not have a solution.