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Algebra Equations

Algebra a language of symbols including variables.
Variables is a symbol, usually a letter, used to represent a number.
Expressions contain at least one variable and at least one (1) operation.
Evaluate find the value, solve.
Equation mathematical sentence showing two (2) expressions are equal and contain an equal sign (=).
Constant a number representing a fixed value. A term with out a variable.
Term when addition or subtraction signs separate an algebraic expression into parts.
Like Terms term that contain the same variable.
Coefficient a number that contain a variable.
Solution any value that make an equation or inequality true when substituted for the unknown.
Inequality a mathematical sentence that indicate that two (2) quantities may or may not be equal. Example: 6 + x > 13.
Created by: pearcy