It is considered an inequality.
If: x/8 +2 = 9 then x = 56
Expressed as an equation, this is equal to 12/h.
Expressed as an equation, this is equal to 80/b.
Exrpressed as an equation, this is equal to 45/z.
Expressed as an equation, this is equal to 38/d.
The number of atoms of each element is the same (equal) on both sides of the equation. The difference is the way in which the atoms are arranged.
There are an infinite number of groups of numbers whose sum, difference, product, quotient etc. is equal to 40 . But there are not four numbers that equal 40. In fact, there is only one number that equals 40. The number is . . . . . 40 .
An expression has no equal sign whereas an equation does have an equal sign
Call the unknown number n in each instance. (This does not necessarily mean that n will have the same value for each equation.) Then the three equations are: 1. 14 = n + 8. 2. n - 2 = 9. 3. 6 + n/5 = 10.
This equation can be expressed as: abs(55- 4x) = 15, where abs = absolute value. x can equal 10 or 17.5.
Expressed algebraically, this is equal to x/2.
Expressed algebraically, this is equal to 4/x.
Expressed algebraically, this is equal to 700/x.
It is: 55/5 = 11
Th number is 12*8 = 96
The problem is incomplete as you wrote it. There needs to be a part in the problem where they tell you what 3 less than the quotient of number and 5 is equal to.The question as you wrote it is expressed as:(x/5)-3To solve for "x" you need to know what the equation is equal to.Example :If 3 less than the quotient of number and 5 is equal to (for example) 10, the equation will be expressed as:(x/5)-3= 10Adding 3 to each side of the equal sign produces x/5 = 13To get the "x" by-itself, you need to multiply both side of the equal sign by 5.(x/5)(5)=13(5)x = 65
A reaction quotient is a fraction with product concentrations in the numerator and reactant concentrations in the denominator - with each concentration raised to a power equal to the corresponding stoichiometric coefficient in the balanced chemical equation.
The number being divided is the dividend, which is being divided by the divisor to equal the quotient. (dividend) Ã· (divisor) = (quotient)
An equation has an equal = sign whereas an expression does not.
That describes a fraction.
An expression is a statement of terms and has no equal sign. An equation is a statement of two terms that equal each other.
Expressed algebraically, this is equal to x/3 - 5.
An Equation is a number sentence stating that two amounts are equal