Synonym: equality, equating, equivalence, par. Similar words: situation, evaluation, graduation, adequate, out of the question, nation, formation, relation. Meaning: [-eɪʃn] n. 1. a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal 2. a state of being essentially equal or equivalent; equally balanced 3. the act of regarding as equal.

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1 This figure is reached by a fiendishly clever

*equation*.2 The

*equation*is simple: research breeds new products.3 This can be shown by a simple

*equation*.4 In the

*equation*below, as E goes to zero, n approaches infinity.5 What does x represent in this

*equation*?6 New plans have taken chance out of the

*equation*.7 Money also comes into the

*equation*.8 X and Y in the

*equation*are both unknowns.9 I can't make this

*equation*come out.10 The solution can be expressed by a mathematical

*equation*.11 One side of an

*equation*must balance the other.12 The

*equation*of wealth with happiness can be dangerous.13 The variables in the

*equation*are X,[www.Sentencedict.com] Y and Z.14 When children enter the

*equation*, further tensions may arise within a marriage.15 The

*equation*is impossible for any value of n greater than 2.16 The question of cost has now entered the

*equation*.17 The

*equation*is impossible for any value of x greater than 2.18 There is an

*equation*between unemployment and rising crime levels.19 The last problem is to reduce an

*equation*to its simplest form.20 Managing the economy is a complex

*equation*of controlling inflation and reducing unemployment.21 The metric

*equation*for free fall is so that.22 He wrote the second

*equation*on the blackboard.23 He took the job because he liked the work. Money didn't come into the

*equation*.24 It is easy to see the conclusions described in the text follow from this

*equation*.25 It should be possible to specify the range of values of X which would satisfy this

*equation*.26 The tourist industry forms a crucial part of the region's economic

*equation*.27 I could not find a way of solving the

*equation*.28 The availability of public transport is also part of the

*equation*.29 There is a tendency in films to make the

*equation*between violence and excitement.30 It is conventional to place the independent variable on the right-hand side of an

*equation*.More similar words: situation, evaluation, graduation, adequate, out of the question, nation, formation, relation, donation, location, operation, education, zonation, national, sensation, summation, allegation, inflation, violation, migration, isolation, radiation, variation, limitation, accusation, nationwide, regulation, educational, reparation, revelation.