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Chapter 2 review!


What is the definition of a(n) algebraic expression? An algebraic expression is a mathematical phrase with at least one variable.
What is the definition of equation? An equation is a mathematical sentence with an equal sign.
What is the definition of a(n) inequality? A mathematical sentence that contains <, less than or equal to, >, greater than or equal to, or not equal is an Inquality.
What is the definition of inverse operations? Inverse operations are the ones that undo each other.
What is the definition of open sentence? An equation with one or more variable is called a(n) Open Sentence.
What is the definition of solutions of an equation? A solution to an equation is a value for a variable that makes an equation true.
What is the definition of Solution of an inequality? A solution to an inequality is any value that makes the inequality true.
What is a variable? A variable is a symbol that represents one or more numbers.
Created by: Tess Jackson