No i believe that with three unknowns you must have three equal equations. Hope this helps! -dancinggirl25
Equations that show each side is equal as far as the number of atoms and molecules are called balanced equations. These equations are written representations of a chemical reaction.
No they do not, equations have equal signs.
Its the Equal sign =
Inequalities have greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, or less than or equal to signs. Equations have an equal sign.
expressions don't have an equal sign and equations do
Systems of equations don't equal numbers.
Equations have and can only have a = Inequalities have <, >, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to, or =
Two equations are equal when the result of the functions of the numbers and variables of one equation match the results of the other equation.
They are the same except equations use the equal sign =
Statements in which the two sides are not equal are called inequalities.
An expession has NO equal sign, a equation are to amounts that are equal
Addition and subtraction are mathematical processes. They can be used in equations, which are statements that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal, but they are not equations by themselves.
23 is not equal to 912. 2/3 is not equal to 9/12.
chemical equations should be balanced as an equation should have its rhs and lhs equal.
When you combine to equations and you find if they are equal or not
-23+16 is equal to -7.
"Equations" is the plural form of "equation". An "equation" is a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal.
23 in fraction = 23/1
To solve a system of equations, you need equations (number phrases with equal signs).