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In many cases you can simplify an algebraic expression. You don't really "solve" them; an equation can be solved. An equation is a declaration that two expressions are equal, for example, x + 3 = 10.
When two expressions are equal they can form an equation.
These two are both similar because they are both expressions.
The least common factor of any two expressions is 1.
the answer is a(n) equationequationWhen two expressions are equivalent they can form an equation.
If two mathematical expressions are equal then they form an equation.
A statement that equates two equivalent expressions is called an Identity.
4x2y8 is an expression, not an equation. Expressions cannot have solutions.
Solution: 19 and 12. 19 + 12 = 31 19 - 12 = 7 Solve using subsitution or simultaneous equations.
Equations are statements that state two expressions are equal, while inequalities are statements that state two expressions are not equal, meaning one is greater or less than the other. The graph of the solution set of an equation is a line or a curve, while the graph of the solution set of an inequality is a region at one side of the boundary line or curve obtained by supposing that the inequality was an equation.
That means that the two expressions represent the same number.
Algebraic expressions can be simplified by combining together like terms but there are no solution because they don't contain equality signs
There can be no solution set because there is no equation or inequality: only an expression. And expressions cannot be solved.
An equal sign (=) with a slash through (/) represents that two expressions are disproportional.
No, it will not.There are some expressions for which no analytical solution exists.
Yes, these expressions are synonyms.