# math

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an ________ is a number sentences that uses an equal sign to show that 2 amounts are equal.

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What do you think it is?

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i don't now the anwser .can you tell me the answer pleZZZZZ?

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equations

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well a hint is that it starts with a vowel because before the line a an is written showing that is starts in a A, E, I, O or U

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