Q: What do you call a mathematical sentence with a greater than or less than symbol?

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I don't know what a 'mathematical' sentence is. I'd prefer to call it an English sentence that describes a mathematical process and makes a statement concerning mathematical matters.

a equation

a number sentence.

An equation. (Both "equals" and "equation" have the Latin root aequatio.)

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I don't know what a 'mathematical' sentence is. I'd prefer to call it an English sentence that describes a mathematical process and makes a statement concerning mathematical matters.

a equation

a number sentence.

An equation. (Both "equals" and "equation" have the Latin root aequatio.)

A mathematical statement that contains an = sign is called an equation.ex:2x +5 is a statement, this is NOT an equation.2x +5 = 10this IS an equation, because it has an = sign.

What do you mean by a "mathematical sentence"? In some practice in analysis (Calculus stuff), we call a statement a sentence if it looks like one or any combination of the following: "For all a in set A, condition P(a) is true/false" "There exist some (or unique) a in set A where P(a) is true/false" So in that practice, your statement is NOT a sentence, but if you phrase it "There exist a unique x in our set where x = 0 is true" or simply "There exist a unique element x where x = 0" It would be a sentence. BUT, I am pretty sure what I am talking about is not the same "mathematical sentence" as yours.

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No, it is not a mathematical term.

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an exclamatory sentence

This is a mathematical "expression".