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Q: What is a statement that two numberical or variable expressions are equal?

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An equal sign (=) with a slash through (/) represents that two expressions are disproportional.

no algebraic expressions do not have equal signs but equations do.

No they do not, equations have equal signs.

No, but a variable can have more than one value in an inequality such as x > 10. In that inequality, x can be 11, 12, 13, 14, or anything else higher than 10.That is not to say, however, that the same variable can't be equal to two different expressions or formulas. The equations x=10 and x=y+5 are completely valid. In fact, those expressions imply that 10=y+5, or that y=5.

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.

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