What Is the Definition of Equationism?


Equationism is the principle of solving problems equationally. It gets its name from the term equation, which is a statement asserting that two expressions are equal and it is usually written as a linear array containing symbols that are separated into right and left sides by an equal sign. An equation can be simple, cubic, quadratic or biquadratic depending on the number of the unknown quantity.
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Equationally is defined as using, or involving, equations. The adverb is derived from the word, or noun, 'equation' which denotes the act or process of equating. ...
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