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TermDefinition
Inequality A mathematical statement formed by placing an inequality symbol between two expressions.
Less than Smaller in size, quantity, or amount; the symbol < stands for is less than. <
Greater than More than in size, quantity, or amount; the symbol > stands for is greater than. >
Not equal to It's when the two numbers are not equal.
Equal to It's when the two numbers are equal. =
Greater than or equal to When the inequality is same or bigger.
Less than or equal to When the inequality is same or smaller.
Like terms Terms that have identical variable parts. Two or more constant terms are also like terms.
Solution of an inequality The set of all numbers that produce true statements when substituted for the variable in the inequality.
Equation A mathematical sentence formed by placing an equal sign, =, between two expressions.
Verbal Sentence A Verbal Sentence is a sentence containing clues about an equation with in the problem. Or the equation in sentence.
Equivalent Having the same value
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