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What is the difference between an equation and an expression? Include an example of each. Can you solve for a variable in an expression? Explain your answer. Can you solve for a variable in an equation? Explain your answer. Write a mathematical phrase or sentence for your classmates to translate. Translate your classmatesâ€™ phrases or sentences and explain what clues indicate that the problems are either expressions or equations.

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An equation has an = sign; an expression does not.

This should give you a start.

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I don't know

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