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Q: A number when substituted in an open sentence makes a true statement what is it called?

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Not if the statement is inexplicable in numerical terms, and not always when it is.

The number is called a solution.

A solution or root makes a true statement when substituted in an equation.

I assume you mean, in an equation. Such a number is called a "solution" or a "root" of the equation.

A open sentence is an equation with one or more variables is an open sentence.

An equation or an inequality that contains at least one variable is called an open sentence. ... When you substitute a number for the variable in an open sentence, the resulting statement is either true or false. If the statement is true, the number is a solution to the equation or inequality.

The root of any equation is a number which ... when substituted for the variable ...makes the equation a true statement.

A number sentence has a left side (Nominative) the equals (verb) and the right side (predicate). It can be an open sentence with a variable, a false statement or a true statement.

It is called an identity.

A root.

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"7 is not equal to 8" is a true statement.

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