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what is difference between equation and expression?

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  1. mathsolver
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    An equation has an equals sign, an expression does not. For example 5x=3+y is an equation. 100x/5 is an expression

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    EXPRESSION: Expression is just the combination of one or more terms with no equality and inequality sign in between.. Example : 5x + 3, 2x etc etc.. EQUATION; Equation is the combination of terms having equality and inequality signs. For example : 3x + 2 = 0, x + 3 < 2 etc etc

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