Q: What does 15--13 equal 15 --13 equals 28 because a minus and a minus equals a plus so the equation is actually 15 plus 13 equals 28?

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The property is: If equals are subtracted from equals, the results are equal.

That IS the equation. You may want to write with the equal sign: 6p = 24

No. An equation must be equal to something, that's why its called an equation. 15x = 60 is an equation, in which case x equals 4

Equal sums on both sides of the equation would be 29 + 29 = 58

yes. equations have an equals signs and expressions don't

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If it has an equals sign it is called an equation. without an equal sign is called and expression because it expresses what is happening for example. x^2*x*1 is just an expression stating something u don't actually have an answer.

it's actually quite simple, you just have to think a little, the equation would be... 9-(9 divided by 9) ^^= 8 because 9 divided by 9 equals 1 and 9 minus 1 equals 8!

It equals to the equation of a straight line.

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Yes, it does. An equation is something that equates something to something else, by means of the 'equals' sign.

The property is: If equals are subtracted from equals, the results are equal.

An "equals" sign. That's why it is an equation, two parts are equal.

That IS the equation. You may want to write with the equal sign: 6p = 24

the answer is 33.333333333

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