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The equals sign in an equation is like a scale: both sides, left and right, must be the same in order for the scale to stay in balance and the equation to be true.
Each entry begins with the synonym, varietal, or discredited name in question in normal typeface, followed by an equals sign, then the modern, accepted name in boldface type.
Dividing by Y on both sides of the equals sign, the following expression for the growth rate is derived.
It's me putting the equals sign into the relationship.
Could a child of seven really have understood those symbols - equal signs, powers, brackets - all those magic marks of sums and abstractions?
I mean, if there's not an equals sign at the end of the problem, there's not much I can do about it besides offer hugs and words that don't mean anything.
You can also restrict the selection to an exact priority instead of to a given priority and higher with the equals sign (=).
The name and value are separated by an equal sign (=), and the value sits inside of double quotation marks.
The value of the game is written after the equals sign.
The latter thought he had found a remarkable formal similarity between two quite different things; the leap of imagination that allows one to put an equal sign between them didn't come for another century.
And, for those of you who keep a record: he's drawn massive equals signs on the back of his hands.
Reading from his latest book, the second volume of Great Tales From English History, Robert Lacey tells the fascinating story of Robert Recorde, who introduced the equals sign in 1557.
Here the equal sign does not even make an appearance.
‘All the instability would stop tomorrow if these terrorists and insurgents stopped,’ he said, drawing an equal sign between the two.
Click the equal sign to subtotal each row, then click the Total button to add the subtotals.
This contains the plus, minus and equals signs, but not those for multiplication or division.
I just realized that equal signs do not show up here.