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At a Glance - Equations

Remember when we said equations are like sentences? We have two phrases (expressions) connected by a verb (equal sign). That sure sounds like a sentence to us.

Equations are made up of two different expressions, one on each side of the equal sign.

expression number 1 = expression number 2

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