## Look up: Equation

1. Equation
[poem] "Equation" is one of the most original and intriguing poems of Dr Tapan Kumar Pradhan, the Indian writer and poet, and it won Kendriya Sahitya Akademi`s Indian Literature Golden Jubilee Award for Poetry in 2007. The poem received critical acclaim following its publication in the journ...
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2. equation
[n] - a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal 2. [n] - the act of regarding as equal
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3. equation
An algebraic or numerical sentence that shows that two quantities are equal
Examples:
3 + 7 = 10
4 â€“ 1 = 3
12 + n = 21

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4. Equation
E·qua'tion noun [ Latin aequatio an equalizing: confer French équation equation. See Equate .] 1. A making equal; equal division; equality; equilibrium. « Again the golden day resumed its right, And ruled in just ...
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5. equation
1. A making equal; equal division; equality; equilibrium. 'Again the golden day resumed its right, And ruled in just equation with the night.' (Rowe) ... 2. <mathematics> An expression of the condition of equality between two algebraic quantities or sets of quantities, the sign = being placed ...
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6. equation
equating noun the act of regarding as equal
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7. equation
noun a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal
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8. equation
(e-kwa´zhәn) an expression of equality between two parts. Henderson-Hasselbalch equation a formula for calculating the pH of a buffer solution such as blood plasma, pH = pKa + log [BA/HA]; [HA] is the concentration of a free weak acid; [BA] the concentration of the ionized form of t...
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9. Equation
• (n.) A making equal; equal division; equality; equilibrium. • (n.) An expression of the condition of equality between two algebraic quantities or sets of quantities, the sign = being placed between them; as, a binomial equation; a quadratic equation; an algebraic equation; a transcendent...
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1. equation
(from the article `algebra`) Perhaps the most basic notion in mathematics is the equation, a formal statement that two sides of a mathematical expression are equal—as in the ... Fermat`s study of curves and equations prompted him to generalize the equation for the ordinary parabola = 2, and tha...
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2. equation
equation 1. A mathematical statement that two expressions, usually divided by an equal sign, are of the same value. 2. A situation that has two or more variable aspects to be considered. 3. The act or process of making things equal or considering them to be equal. 4. The state of being the same o...
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3. equation
Type: Term Pronunciation: ē-kwā′zhŭn Definitions: 1. A statement expressing the equality of two things, usually with the use of mathematical or chemical symbols.
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4. Equation
==Knowns and unknowns== Equations often express relationships between given quantities, the knowns, and quantities yet to be determined, the unknowns. By convention, unknowns are denoted by letters at the end of the alphabet, x, y, z, w, …, while knowns are denoted by letters at the beginning, a,...
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5. equation
equation, in mathematics, a statement, usually written in symbols, that states the equality of two quantities or algebraic expressions, e.g., x+3=5. The quantity x+3, to the left of the equals sign (=), is called the left-hand, or first, member of the equation, that to the right (5) the right-hand, ...

6. Equation
In algenbra, an equation is a proposition asserting the equality of two quantities, and expressed by the equals sign (=) between them; or an expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal value as \$1 = 100c or x = b + m - r. In the latter case x is equal to b added to m, with ...
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7. equation
(mathematics) In mathematics, an expression that represents the equality of two expressions involving constants and/or variables, and thus usually includes an equals (=) sign. For example, the equation A = πr2 equate...
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8. equation
(chemistry) In chemistry, representation of a chemical reaction by symbols and numbers; see chemical equation. For example, the reaction of sodium hydroxide (NaOH) with hydrochloric acid (HCl) to give sodium chloride and water may be represented by: NaOH + HCl ® NaCl + H&l...
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9. equation
1) Its two sides are the same 2) Mathematical statement 3) See 37a 4) Sometimes it starts with an x
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