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it's called an expression ex. 6+3(4+2)

The difference between these two is that an expression only contains variables, numbers, and mathematical symbols, and an equation contains two expression with an equal sign that separate them. For example, while an expression is "2x-1", an equation is "2x-1 = 5x."

an expression. or an inequality.

It is an expression.

Y=3x+5

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it's called an expression ex. 6+3(4+2)

The difference between these two is that an expression only contains variables, numbers, and mathematical symbols, and an equation contains two expression with an equal sign that separate them. For example, while an expression is "2x-1", an equation is "2x-1 = 5x."

an expression. or an inequality.

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