Q: What does one line on one side of a number mean in a math equation?

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do you mean math equation? If you add a number to both sides of an equation you do not change it. That is called algebra

Usually it means where the line from the result of an equation crosses the y or x axis.

it means a number on top of the divide line.

The y axis is a vertical line on the Cartesian plane and a straight line equation is the point at which it intercepts the y axis.

You can't. Math is not an algebraic expression. Simplifying an equation, however, can take multiple forms. Sometimes simplify simply means to solve an equation. Other times, it can mean to bring an equation into a standard form, such as with line equations, or quadratic equations.

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do you mean math equation? If you add a number to both sides of an equation you do not change it. That is called algebra

It is the equation of a straight line plotted on the Cartesian plane.

The line above the number means in Math Terms that the number is repeditive and goes on and never stops.

Usually it means where the line from the result of an equation crosses the y or x axis.

An open circle is usually found on a number line in math. An open circle usually represents a number that is not included in the line.

it means a number on top of the divide line.

The y axis is a vertical line on the Cartesian plane and a straight line equation is the point at which it intercepts the y axis.

in a math equation "n" is normally the unidentified number in the equation and 2 is the number squared :)

You can't. Math is not an algebraic expression. Simplifying an equation, however, can take multiple forms. Sometimes simplify simply means to solve an equation. Other times, it can mean to bring an equation into a standard form, such as with line equations, or quadratic equations.

what does equation mean

Depends how you use it. It can mean equal Or it can mean the equation

In mathematics, the term "root" refers to the solution(s) of an equation. Specifically, the roots of an equation are the values that make the equation true when substituted for the variable. The number of roots depends on the degree of the equation.