What Is a Mathematical Phrase or Sentence?

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A mathematical sentence is a sentence that has to have a number, a letter and a mathematical expression in it when in algebraic form. Mathematical sentences are usually formulated to simplify mathematical problems into a more comprehensive form. A mathematical sentence can either be true or false if hypothetically stated.
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