In mathematics, such expressions indicate that the value of the expression to the left of the equal sign has the same value as the expression to the right of the equal sign. In some cases, it can also be interpreted to mean that the expression on one side of the equal sign can be used in place of the expression on the other side of the equal sign (say in manipulating algebraic expressions). In computer languages, the equal sign is sometimes also used to indicate that the value of the expression to the right of the equal sign is to be transferred to the location indicated by the expression to the left of the equal sign. The expression to the left of the equal sign is usually a single variable that represents a memory location.
It does not have an equal sign..
No an algebraic expression does not contain an equal sign.
An expression has no equal sign whereas an equation does have an equal sign
No, it does not
no. an equation such as 5n = 6 has an equal sign however an expression such as 5n does not have an equal sign. it is called an expression because it is another way to EXPRESS 6
an equal sign and an answer
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.
That is called an expression.
If symbols do not have an equals then it is an expression.
An expression due to the lack of the equal sign.