anonymous
  • anonymous
Equations can be true or false. Can an expression like 2a + 7 be true or false? Wouldn't it be true?
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noseboy908
  • noseboy908
It could be true, it just depends on what "a" is, and what situation it is used in.
jim_thompson5910
  • jim_thompson5910
It doesn't make sense to say 2a+7 is true or false. That's like saying the number 2 is true or false. If you said 2 = 2, then that would be true. If you said 2 = 3, then it would be false. However, saying just the number 2 is neither true nor false.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Exactly it doesn't say what it represents!! Crazy right!!

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noseboy908
  • noseboy908
@jim_thompson5910 is correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmmm.....Stupid Book.....

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