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Match the following with suitable nomenclatures.

A
Equation
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Constant
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C
Expression
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D
Variable
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Solution

A symbol which takes on various numerical values is called a variable. For example: x, y etc.

A symbol having a fixed numerical values is called a constant. For example: 2, -3 etc.

Numbers, variables and operators (such as + and x), grouped together is known as an expression. So, 2x - 3 is an algebraic expression.

An expression having equality symbol is called equation.
For example: 5x + 6 = 11

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