What are mathematical phrases?

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A Mathematical Phrase is a math problem presented in words only; all operators, variables and constants are in word form. It is from a mathematical phrase that we derive a mathematical expression. It can also be referred to as a mathematical sentence.
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The oldest mathematical texts known to exist are from ancient Babylon from 1900 BC, and from Egypt in 1850 BC. These ancient texts contain information about the pyhthagorean theorem
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