Q: A rule or problem containing two expressions and an equal sign between them are called?

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its called an inequality

It is an equation.That's called an "equation".

A sentence which defines a value of variables in a mathematical problem is called a statement. The relationship between variables in a mathematical problem is called a function.

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A mathematical phrase containing numbers and operations is called an expression. Expressions can be joined together with an equals sign to form an equation.

its called an inequality

It's called an equation

It is an equation.That's called an "equation".

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Do you mean like this: (x + 5)(2x + 7) If so, then it means you multiply.

They are identities.

A statement that equates two equivalent expressions is called an Identity.

A sentence which defines a value of variables in a mathematical problem is called a statement. The relationship between variables in a mathematical problem is called a function.

An equation.

An equation.

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