Q: What is the difference in a math sentence?

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"Difference" is the answer in a subtraction sentence.

Math sentence;1+2+3 Math phrase: If i had 1 sock and i got 2 more socks i would have 3.

"Difference" is the answer to a subtraction sentence. For example: 32 - 8 = 24. 24 would be the difference since it's the answer to the subtraction sentence.

A math sentence is converting an equation to math words. A Statement, also known as a proposition, is an assertion that is true or false but both.

That math test was really tough!

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difference between sentence and phrase in math

"Difference" is the answer in a subtraction sentence.

Math sentence;1+2+3 Math phrase: If i had 1 sock and i got 2 more socks i would have 3.

"Difference" is the answer to a subtraction sentence. For example: 32 - 8 = 24. 24 would be the difference since it's the answer to the subtraction sentence.

A math sentence is converting an equation to math words. A Statement, also known as a proposition, is an assertion that is true or false but both.

Verbal Sentence is just putting an equation into words. For Example: R=(a-b) (cubed) The sentence: The difference of a-b cubed is equal to R.

No.

it is not correct, it is you had math, or you did math.

Math is the correct spelling for this sentence. Maths can be the correct spelling for this sentence. In other words it depends on how you put it in a sentence. * * * * * English : Maths US : Math

a variable expression in math is a symbol that is in a sentence

That math test was really tough!

this is the sentence I prepared for a math competition, hours spent on complicated math problems every day.