One problem on her math test was marked wrong because she forget to include a dollar sign in the answer. The tag had no dollar sign on it, but he assumed the price was four dollars.
you can write a division sentence by writing lets say 20/2. You have to have a big number first like 20 then a division sign / then a smaller number that goes in to the numbe 20 which can be 2 then you put an equal sign = then the answer which is 10. that's how to right a division sentence.
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Yes, you can start a sentence with the word plus (as a noun or adjective, not as a verb). Examples: Noun: Plus is the sign of addition. Noun: Plus is the only entry I want to see on my savings account. Adjective: Plus signs after the A were spread across the top of my math test!
This is called an equation.
the equality sign " = "
In Algerbra, an expression is a math sentence, such as 5y+3x, that does not have an equal sign. When you include the equal sign it becomes equation.
A mathematical sentence is a math problem without an equal sign, broken down on step at a time.
It's usually referred to as an "expression."
A statement that compares two quantities using , >=,
2+2=4 2+a=4 A math equation is any mathematical sentence that has an equal sign, numbers, or variables in it ;)
The equal sign with the slash means "is not equal to".
No they do not, equations have equal signs.
The answer is an equal sign =