Q: Add one operation sign plus minus times or divide to make this mathematics statement true 7 0 4 3 8 4 equal 7 1 2 7?

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2626 and divide 4 = 656.5

Division by 4: 4x â‰¤ 12 divide both sides by 4: x â‰¤ 3

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

A mathematical expression has numbers and operation signs with no equal sign. Equations, on the other hand, do contain equal signs.

In ordinary mathematics, it does not.

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a statement that the values of two mathematical expressions are equal (indicated by the sign =)

Any statement that two numbers are equal, such as: 5 = 5 or: 5 = 6 While the second statement is not true, it is still an equation.

2626 and divide 4 = 656.5

No; they are not equal.

Continuity in mathematics is the first derivative equal to zero or the Boundary condition.

EE-ZZ EQUAL in mathematics is represented by = to.

656 divide by 89 equal = 7.370786516853933

851 divide by 7 equal = 121.57142857142857

20 divide by 20 equal = 1

In mathematics it equals 201,993,514.

When you divide a whole into 1 equal part, the whole is the one and only equal part

It means two numbers are equal.