Depending on the comparison operator used, that's either an equation, or an inequality.
A mathematical sentence consists of combined expressions using a comparison operator. It also creates a relationship between two expressions to create facts.
The comparison of two objects that are unlike each other is called a:
A statement that equates two equivalent expressions is called an Identity.
A comparison of two quantities, often written as a fraction is called a ratio.
Two expressions. Two expressions. Two expressions. Two expressions.
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"The meeting will come to order" and "The meeting is adjourned" are just two of many expressions called by the presiding officer.
its called an inequality
what is the meaning of accurte
It is a set of three expressions , two variable and one constant. There are no operations defined for them, not any symbols of equality or inequality.
An expression is any combination of symbols that can be evaluated to a number (or perhaps to some other data type). An equation has an equal sign, and an expression on both sides of the equal sign - it is a claim that the two expressions are equal.
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That is called an equation. An equation has an equal sign (=), and expressions on both sides of the equal sign.