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Q: What does inequality mean in math terms?

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In mathematics, an inequality is a statement about the relative size or order of two values.

It is a statement that two numbers are NOT equal.

An inequality is a comparison of two values.In the simplest terms it means something does not have the same value as something else.An inequality is a comparison of two values.In the simplest terms it means something does not have the same value as something else.An inequality is a comparison of two values.In the simplest terms it means something does not have the same value as something else.An inequality is a comparison of two values.In the simplest terms it means something does not have the same value as something else.

== == Inequality improves two quantities.

principal(in terms of math)- the amount you borrow or deposit

HL in math mean hypotenuse leg

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sum means the answer of a math problem

It is a collection of terms which are combined using various mathematical operations such as addition, subtraction, multipplication, division, power, inverse, trigonometric functions etc. It does not have an equality of inequality relationship - which would make it an equation or inequality.

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Milimeters

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Dekagrams.

average

the average

A rhombus.