Q: Write an expression equal to 17 that uses for 4's plus any signs of arithmetic you need?

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

simply put, an expression has no "equal to" sign (=). and equation has the "equal" to sign and and inequality has either one of these signs <, >

All expressions DO contain equals signs.

There are a few numbers that do not need signs. You do not have to sign when timing something.

It is a formula with an equal sign * * * * * No. Each side of the equal sign is an expression but the whole is an equation. An expression is a combination of numbers and operators without an equality (or inequality) sign. [Actually, such signs may appear in conditional values, but that is getting seriously pedantic!]

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No, expressions do not have equal signs. Equations do, though. You can think of it like this: Equtions have EQUAl signs, while expressions do not.No, an expression cannot have an equal sign. If it were to have an equal sign, it would then be an equation.

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

An algebraic expression

An algebraic expression

An expression

simply put, an expression has no "equal to" sign (=). and equation has the "equal" to sign and and inequality has either one of these signs <, >

An equation with two equal signs is really to explicit equations (or three implicit ones). For example, expession 1 = expression 2 = expression 3 is equivalent to expression 1 = expression 2 AND expression 2 = expression 3 and, by transitivity, expression 1 = expression 3 So you need to solve two of the above three.

An expression does not contain an equality sign.

All expressions DO contain equals signs.