"is equivalent to"
The equal sign with the slash means "is not equal to".
It means the figures on either side of the equal sign have equal values to each other.
A math sentence with an equal sign would be an equation.If there is no equal sign, it would be an expression.
Equals sign demonstrates that something is the same as something, or equal to.
In Algerbra, an expression is a math sentence, such as 5y+3x, that does not have an equal sign. When you include the equal sign it becomes equation.
The equal sign means that the term on the right is equivalent to the term on the left. This is common in equations.
No they do not, equations have equal signs.
The answer is an equal sign =
This is called an equation.
a squiggly equal sign
An equation is equal if you have a math problem on each side of an equal sign.
"At least" is expressed with the "greater or equal" sign, for example, x >= 100. (I don't know how to draw the greater-or-equal sign here - it is a horizontal line beneath the greater sign).
it means: "does not equal to" it mean that it is not equal to that, like 4a isn't equal to 5g. teehee!
They are the same except equations use the equal sign =
means "or" like " Do you want beef chicken"
no. an equation such as 5n = 6 has an equal sign however an expression such as 5n does not have an equal sign. it is called an expression because it is another way to EXPRESS 6
Equilibrium in math is when you have two expressions that are equal to each other. generally the notation for this is the = sign.
A regular polygon means a shape that has all equal lengths and angles. A couple examples are a square, an equilateral triangle, and a octagon shaped like a stop sign.
It's the equal sign (=), as in, "dos más dos son cuatro." (2 + 2 = 4)
It means "defined as."