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Algebraic Equation: A statement using variables and an equal sign. It may or may not have operations.

example: 2(a+100)=5a

Algebraic Expression: A statement using variables that does not include an equal sign. It may or may not have operations.

example: 3a+6-5a

Algebraic Inequality: A statement that uses variables a inequality sign (such as greater than, greater than or equal too, less than, less than or equal too, not equal too). It may or my not have operations.

example: 3+5<6x2

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