An equation that is true for every value

for an equation. That's true for all values. We call this an identity identity.

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What is an Identity Equation?

An equation that is true for all values of the variable for which thee expressions is an equation are defined is called an identity. For example, consider the linear equation .
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What is it called when an equation is always true?

An equation that is true for every value of the variables is a(n) 2 See answers Advertisement Advertisement idkhbu idkhbu Identity, For example, x + x = 2x is true for every value of x.

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