What do you call a math sentence with an equal sign?
A math sentence with an equal sign would be an equation.
If there is no equal sign, it would be an expression.
In math expression means when you have a number sentence without an equal sign. A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation. A mathematical or algebraic expression is a collection of terms that do not include an equality sign because it is not an equation.
A sentence is made up of two expressions connected by an equal sign or an inequality sign (such as <). If there's an '=' sign, it's an equation, otherwise it's an inequality. A sentence with a variable in it is called an open sentence - you need to put a number in for the variable to see whether it is true or false. If the sentence has no variable in it, then we can decide…
It is a formula with an equal sign * * * * * No. Each side of the equal sign is an expression but the whole is an equation. An expression is a combination of numbers and operators without an equality (or inequality) sign. [Actually, such signs may appear in conditional values, but that is getting seriously pedantic!]
An equations is a math sentence that asserts the quality of two expressions. Basically it's a math sentence that contains a variable and and equal sign. Is it a problem? Only if you have to solve it! It's easily solved by doing the inverse operation stated with the variable. Ex: n - 32 = 16 To solve you ADD 32 to both sides of the = sign. (to each expression) a - 32 + 32…