algebraic inequality, is an inequality that contains at least one variable.
It is an algebraic expression. An inequality includes '>' or '
An algebraic equation or inequality can have a solution, an algebraic expression cannot. If substituting a number in place of a variable results in the equation or inequality being a true statement, then that number is a solution of the equation or inequality.
the answer is an algebraic expression!
If I understand the question correctly, it is when the algebraic equation (or inequality) is true.
The awnser is an algebraic expression!
An algebraic expression that is not equal (Such as 3=0) is called an inequality, and can be expressed as 3≠0.
An equation or an inequality can be solved but an expression cannot be solved.
i think so...an algebric expression is that which involves algebric terms while an algebric expression is that algebric expression which involve an inequality sign.
The question consists of an algebraic expression. There is no equation nor inequality which may be solved.