How To Use Equal to In A Sentence

The river up which we came after leaving the Helmund, is fully equal to that in size; it is very rapid: the ravine is very narrow, occasionally widening into swardy spots.
Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

First, the oxidation state of any atom in an uncombined element is equal to zero.

The minimum possible bid price is equal to the cancellation price.

The landlord could be forced to pay compensation equal to three times the sum of the deposit.
Times, Sunday Times

Donate some coffins to the temple, equal to the number of deaths.

Twelve inches is equal to one foot.

equal to the task

An odd perfect number is defined to be an odd integer that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors.

A unit of weight in the U.S. Customary System , an avoirdupois unit equal to 437.5 grains ( 28.35 grams ).

The axial stress in them produces a clamping force equal to the product of the proofload stress, reduced by a design factor, and the core area of the bolt or screw.

Asking for a $25 million bonus, a payment equal to 40 percent of his total fees, is another matter.

Intermarriage is wrong and Rabbi shouldn’t endorse it as beig equal to inmarriage.
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The cognitive capabilities of the adolescent with fully developed formal operations are qualitatively equal to those of the adult.

American point (ap) ：ap is a traditional unit in United States, it is a little bit smaller than the point, it is approximately equal to 0.3514 millimeters.
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But lest some unlucky event should happen unfavorable to my reputation, I beg it may be remembered by every gentleman in the room that I this day declare with the utmost sincerity, I do not think myself equal to the command I am honored with. George Washington

The square of the length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the legs.

A Part Number equal to the module name is automatically assigned for each module name reserved.

After 45 mins hemorrhagic hypotension and a blood loss equal to 40\% of the initial blood volume, the animals receiving the hyperosmolar infusions had a better cardiovascular status compared to those which received the isoosmolar infusions.
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In this case of applied displacement, the initial velocity was not equal to zero at the start of free oscillations.

I have scarcely ever heard anything equal to her, and her pronunciation of every language — begad, of every language — seems to me to be perfect; and the best houses in London must open before a young lady who has such talents, and, allow an old fellow to say, Miss
The History of Pendennis

There is thus an apparent increase in the velocity with the distance, but the accuracy of the coseismal lines is unequal to establishing this as a fact.
A Study of Recent Earthquakes

A hectare is equal to 15 mu.

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love and innocence.

He soon proved himself more than equal to the demands of combat soldiering.

Then I did a despicable thing. ‘Well, Peter Sellers is dead,’ I said with a bitchery equal to hers.

The basic monetary unit is the Somali shilling, with one hundred cents equal to one shilling.

No human ingenuity can be equal to the task of closing every couplet with sounds homotonous, expressing at the same time the full sense of his original.
Early Theories of Translation

The exterior glass walls of this sculpture hall are coated with tiny white ceramic dots (called frits) that screen city views and suffuse a supernal glow heightened by filtered daylight that streams down from deeply inset skylights ” an effect equal to the lighting of Piano at his best ” made possible when Tschumi rotated the story above this middle level of the museum.
Grading the New Acropolis

The supply of pounds is equal to the value of British imports.
International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business.

He was the sole price setter, free to set marginal revenue equal to marginal cost, and free to set price far above marginal cost.

Service attendants consider themselves equal to their guests, and usually are not subservient.

Upon the same occasion, they sometimes wear a kind of leathern cloak, covered with rows of dried hoofs of deer, disposed horizontally, appended by leathern thongs, covered with quills, which, when they move, make a round rattling noise, almost equal to that of many small bells.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 16

In actuality, a cowtail switch is equal to a flyswatter.
Eliza’s Freedom Road

Or again, he noticed that if b is the length of the side of a square, then b² represents its area, and b³ the volume of the cube with edge equal to b.
The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained

The space between the extreme poles inside and outside the foot called the ancle or ancle bone _a b_ is equal to the space between the mouth and the inner corner of the eye.
The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci — Volume 1

An angstrom is a unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter.

Burqa or niqab neither has a place in Islam nor should it obtain a place in civilised Western societies where women are equal to men and public safety of all is paramount.

His father having died years before, Buck is suddenly alone, and pathetically unequal to the task.

The farthing was a small coin used in Judea, equal to two mites.
Barnes New Testament Notes

Twenty years ago the total debt of U.S. households was equal to half the size of the economy.

At the mkt peak in 1999 your income would be equal to 27.4% of your final year income
Debating Forced Saving, Arnold Kling  EconLog  Library of Economics and Liberty

Although the faraday, the measure of an electrical charge named after him (one faraday is equal to the charge of 6.02 × 1023), has been superseded by the SI unit coulomb, Faraday's name continues to live through the farad.

When the time comes for classical elements like story and character to take over, they are unequal to the task.

In contrast, it is almost exactly equal to the midpoint of the middles of the two parties.

In order for the balance sheet to balance, total assets on one side have to equal total liabilities plus owners' equity on the other.

The rent was equal to half his monthly income.

Therefore to convert Lanchow cash into Tientsin cash you must divide the Lanchow cash by 3, count 975 as 1000, and consider this equal to a certain percentage of a theoretical amount of silver known as a tael, which is always varying of itself as well as by the fluctuations in the market value of silver, and which is not alike in any two places, and may widely vary in different portions of the same place.
AN AUSTRALIAN IN CHINA

The "embrace" is not for those who disagree about the moral character of homosexual acts and the charade of transgendered manipulations, but for those, like President Obama, who celebrate homosexuality as a worthy equal to heterosexuality (or is it better than heterosexuality??), who insist the only criteria for marriage is "love" (which, for male homosexuals, changes focus often).
A couple of thoughts about Obama's "Hey, You're Gay, Hurray!" Day

It was known that animal microorganisms, unlike vegetable microorganisms, after a cycle of life in which reproduction takes place by scission  that is, by subdivision of a single body into several other bodies equal to the first, give place to _sexual forms_, masculine and feminine, which are separate, and incapable of scission, but are designed for _fusion into one another_, after which the organism recommences its cycle of scissions until it again reaches the sexual forms.
Spontaneous Activity in Education

The tip has a microporosity of less than or equal to 0.22 microns.

Healthy factbased skepticism is not equal to toxic absolutive skepticism based on petty feeling.
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Moral lassitude is not equal to murder of innocents.

The cultivatable area grew from 4.8 million to 5.7 million feddans (1 feddan is equal to 1.038 acres).
1876, April

The paper size is imperial folio, that's almost as big as today's standard A2 page, which is equal to four standard A4 sheets.

There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent. Mahatma Gandhi

If strength, elasticity, clearness, and perfect freedom from viscidity, be tests of excellence, then this product may be considered as equal to any other.
Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

The invitation of five internationally prominent male ballet stars showed that the Kirov's ballerinas were equal to the skills of their partners.

The landlord could be forced to pay compensation equal to three times the sum of the deposit.
Times, Sunday Times

We will show that the area of this ring is equal to the area of the corresponding cross section of the dome, which implies that the dome and the punctured prism have equal volumes.

Broadly the results were that to get an extrudable dough it was necessary to add a quantity of water equal to 35% by weight of the weight of the flour.

 Sharpening of the saw (filing of the teeth) · Select a threesquare file with a crosssection that is equal to the form of the tooth space.
4. Sharpening of Sawing Tools

This paper provides a new construction method used when the horizontal projection of the plane angle is equal to its space angle.

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love and innocence.

'Tis impossible for the eye to determine the angles of a chiliagon to be equal to 1996 right angles, or make any conjecture, that approaches this proportion; but when it determines, that right lines cannot concur; that we cannot draw more than one right line between two given points; it's mistakes can never be of any consequence.
A treatise of human nature

Smith is a most suitable candidate for such negotiator since his tact and quickness of mind are equal to the occasion.

In blind taste tests consumers have rated the taste and texture of ostrich steaks equal to choice beef loin steaks.

So the answer was to merge the East and West German banks, but the West German banks were not about to take on all those deposits against the bad assets, so the Government gave the banks special issue of government debt of an amount equal to the deposits to balance the books and give the bank some additional asset income.
Marshall Auerback: Debtor's Revolt?

A metric unit of mass equal to one hundredth ( 10  2 ) of a gram.

One unit of alcohol is equal to half a pint of beer.

My uncle, indeed, would have released the young lady vi et armis, had his strength been equal to his inclination; and in so doing, I would have willingly lent my assistance, both from a desire to serve such
The Life and Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves

The enrollment decline in 19921993 was nearly 2%, equal to 23,300 students, and the estimate of unserved students was 98,000.

This is equal to 20% and 32% respectively of average adult earnings.

[7] The Infoplease Dictionary says a Poise is, "a centimetergramsecond unit of viscosity, equal to the viscosity of a fluid in which a stress of one dyne per square centimeter is required to maintain a difference of velocity of one centimeter per second between two parallel planes in the fluid that lie in the direction of flow and are separated by a distance of one centimeter.
CreationWiki  Recent changes [en]

The company offers air fares to Germany and Belgium, at rates equal to the prices of bus tickets.

Turns out a Hogshead is a unit of measure equal to 2 barrels of wine.

Let the shade of blind Homer be called up to say whether the bard who composed the tremendous line — “Surgit ad hos clypei dominus septemplicis Ajax” — equal to any save ONE of his own, was a mere amatory songster.
Wild Wales : Its People, Language and Scenery

I felt more than equal to the task.

Yet the wave length of the photon at “ infinity” is equal to that at “infinity,” where these are defined as asymptotic regions.
A Dark, Misleading Force

The best qualified of all are chartered or certified financial planners whose qualifications are roughly equal to a university degree.
Times, Sunday Times

In the mean time the carcass is windlassed to a height which brings it clear off the floor and the gammon level with a series of skids, a distance apart equal to the length of the gammon; the ends of which groove into smooth slots.

The proportionate postage from this commerce, even at the ratio of the present West Indian postage, to and from Great Britain and her West Indian colonies, would be 110,000_l. _ yearly; but admitting that a sum equal to _onehalf_ only of _this sum_ came from the letters sent through the British Post Office, the sum gained on this station yearly would be 55,000_l.
A General Plan for a Mail Communication by Steam, Between Great Britain and the Eastern and Western Parts of the World

My ideology holds men to be equal to women, and to me as an individual, in their abilities and aptitudes to communicate and understand the spoken word.

(Dense packing in a subcolony was defined as a state in which there was no cellfree region with the area equal to or greater than the area of a daughter cell following a cell division.)
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Thus for these particular radiations the dose equivalent in sieverts is numerically equal to the absorbed dose in grays.

An imperial gallon, used in Britain, is equal to 4546 cubic centimetres.

The sum of the angles of a triangle is equal to two right angles.

Her faith in prayer is equal to her faith in the love of Jesus.
Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a Northern Slave, Emancipated from Bodily Servitude by the State of New York, in 1828

In the following figure, P is the pole of the earth; E the pole of the ecliptic; L the pole of the lunar orbit; V the mean position of the pole of the vortex at the time; the angle ♈ EL the true longitude of the pole of the lunar orbit, equal to the _true_ longitude of the ascending node
Outlines of a Mechanical Theory of Storms Containing the True Law of Lunar Influence

Once needing sinkage, the semispherical containers can be gradually opened for water inlet; when gravity is equal to buoyancy, the diving device can suspend in the water.

This contrasts with an alphabet proper (in which vowels have a status equal to that of consonants) and with an abjad
Lightly Toasted

The diagonal of the rate matrix is specified such that the row sums are equal to zero.

It appears that the physiological data from a number of studies indicate the welfare of sows in stalls is equal to, or better than, that of sows in tethers or groups.

It is asserted by some to possess properties fully equal to those of the I. aquifolium of Europe, the inner bark of which also yields a viscid substance called birdlime; its leaves are esteemed as a diaphoretic in the form of infusion; employed in catarrh, pleurisy, smallpox, etc.
Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs

Amazingly, Branagh proves himself more than equal to the task, bringing a sunny boisterousness to Much Ado About Nothing that is both charming and fresh.

I believe she supposed I could with a word whisk Jim away out of her very arms; it is my sober conviction she went through agonies of apprehension during my long talks with Jim; through a real and intolerable anguish that might have conceivably driven her into plotting my murder, had the fierceness of her soul been equal to the tremendous situation it had created.
Lord Jim

If we examine crystals carefully we find, not only that nature has here provided geometric forms of marvelous beauty and exactness, with faces of polish and quoins of acuteness equal to the work of the most skillful lapidist, "but that in whatever manner or under whatever circumstances a crystal may have been formed, whether in the laboratory of the chemist or the workshop of nature, in the bodies of animals or the tissues of plants, up in the sky or in the depths of the earth, whether so rapidly that we may literally see its growth, or by the slow aggregation of its molecules during perhaps thousands of years, we always find that the arrangement of the faces is subject to fixed and definite laws.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 344, August 5, 1882

The Rankine scale has scale increments equal to the FahrenheIt'scale.

Every five seconds counted is equal to approximately one mile between you and the storm.

The view of an Arhat or realized being who has followed the path of the Hinayana, is, according to the Mahayanists, equal to that of a bodhisattva on the sixth bhumi
Hegel on Buddhism

This is the wellknown criterion which says that a system of linear equations has a solution if and only if the rank of the matrix of the associated homogeneous system is equal to the rank of the augmented matrix of the system.

But at some point, doesn't it make sense to ask if dropping that kind of hammer is equal to the offense?
When Common Sense and NY State Politics Collide: The Wine Bag Issue

The despotic monarchs of Spain forbid the exploring of any new gold or silver mines without the express permission of government, and they have ordered several rich ones to be shut up as not equal to the cost of working.
Letters for Literary Ladies: To Which is Added, An Essay on the Noble Science of SelfJustification

Asclera (TM) (polidocanol) Injection is indicated to sclerose uncomplicated spider veins (varicose veins, less than or equal to 1 mm in diameter) and uncomplicated reticular veins (varicose veins 1 to 3 mm in diameter) in the lower extremity.
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a chiliagon to be equal to 1996 right angles, or make any conjecture, that approaches this proportion; but when it determines, that right lines cannot concur; that we cannot draw more than one right line between two given points; it's mistakes can never be of any consequence.
A Treatise of Human Nature

In 1924 the exchange rate of the new soviet karbovanets against the chervonets was set equal to 1: 10.

A 5.1magnitude earthquake triggered the collapse of the mountain's north flank, unloosing the biggest landslide ever recorded and an eruption equal to 500 Hiroshimas.

The fugacity is practically equal to the partial pressure, pCO2 (within ~1%).
Marine carbonate chemistry

When his government proved unequal to the challenges of postcyclone relief and rehabilitation, the public demanded his replacement and Sonia had to relent.

Consequently the difference frequency should be precisely equal to the difference between the frequencies of the corresponding fundamentals.

Even the iambic, which consists of one short and one long syllable; or that foot which is equal to the choreus, having three short syllables, being therefore equal in time though not in the number of syllables; or the dactyl, which consists of one long and two short syllables, if it is next to the last foot, joins that foot very trippingly, if it is a choreus or a spondee.
The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 4

The people of York have proved themselves equal to the task.

A system is in chemical equilibrium when the rate of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the reverse reaction.

In its upper reaches, climbers are at heights equal to the cruising altitudes for passenger jets.

It has been estimated that an individual polar bear will cover an area equal to 259,000 square kilometres during its lifetime.

Twelve inches are equal to one foot.

Taxpayer: Forgive me for speaking frankly. The establishment you said is not equal to the permanent establishment in the tax treaty.

Page 58 that on Laurel River in Madison County is also said to be equal to the French, and in Montgomery County, on the Yadkin, the same resemblance to the French buhrstone exists.
The Resources of North Carolina: Its Natural Wealth, Condition, and Advantages, as Existing in 1869. Presented to the Capitalists and People of the Central and Northern States

One morning, passing through Vessory Bazar, I was greatly shocked at seeing the nabob's elephant take up a little child in his trunk and dash its brains out against the ground; the only reason that could be observed was, that the child had thrown some pebble stones at it; and the only redress the poor disconsolate mother could obtain was a gift of fifty pagodas from the nabob, which is about equal to twenty pounds sterling.
Narrative of a Voyage to India; of a Shipwreck on board the Lady Castlereagh; and a Description of New South Wales

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love andd innocence.

Its sap has been found equal to that of sugar maple in sweetness, flavor, and quality.

The substitution effect is equal to an increase of 4 greeting cards demanded.
Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice

A broken sword was equal to death on the battlefield, whereas the tougher damask steel with a harder steel inlay held up better to the demands of battle  technology prevailed over brute strength.

As with flushes, these rank according to the highest card; if the highest cards of two hands are equal the second highest cards are compared, and if these are equal too then the third highest.

One more unit of the omitted good will reduce expenditure on the composite good by an amount equal to the price of the omitted good.
Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice

An area of forest equal to the size of Wales has been destroyed.

While this reduction of the standard facilitated the manufacture of coins of larger values (dupondius, tripondius, decussis, equal to 2, 3, and 10 asses respectively), it resulted in giving to copper coins a current value far above their intrinsic worth and furthered the introduction of stamped, instead of cast, coins.
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New MexicoPhilip

The voltage rating of these resistors must be at least equal to the test voltage.

For most who quit, the failure is a trauma almost equal to the pounding of the miles.

rho" is so small, but also an explanation why "p" is equal to " rho" and is therefore equally tiny.
The Reference Frame

Prices should be set at greater than or equal to longrun marginal separable cost for each product.

After this the Peloponnesians, finding that their engines effected nothing, and that their mound was met by the counterwork, concluded that their present means of offence were unequal to the taking of the city, and prepared for its circumvallation.
The History of the Peloponnesian War

Shell short, broad robust, sides curved; spire about equal to the mouth; upper whorls nearly flat on the side; suture bordered by a slightly thickened margin; surface marked by a few large rounded revolving lines crossed by irregular lines of growth, so as to produce a semicancellate appearance.
Transactions of the American Philosophical Society

A unit equal to one gram calorie per square centimeter of irradiated surface measure solar radiation.

By leaving the production calls up for the recording process itself, we let him have a voice truly equal to ours.
The Sun

unequal to the demands put upon him

Jim gets yields equal to the national average  40 bushels per acre  but there's a hitch: it takes him two years to do it.

An odd perfect number is defined to be an odd integer that is equal to the sum of its proper divisors.

I have often mentioned the grandeur, but I feel myself unequal to the task of conveying an idea of the beauty and elegance of the scene when the spiry tops of the pines are loaded with ripening seed, and the sun gives a glow to their lightgreen tinge, which is changing into purple, one tree more or less advanced contrasted with another.
Letters written during a short residence in Sweden, Norway and Denmark

Also in Saudi Arabia, women's testimonies in court are equal to half those of a man.

The ambient temperature in Celsius is roughly equal to the number of cricket chirps in 8 seconds plus 5.

The distance between _ab_ is equal to AB, or the width of the crossing.]
The Prairie Traveler A Handbook for Overland Expeditions

The false self is often difficult to argue with, since it has a skill in argument equal to the real or true self on which it preys.

 Dark rufescent above, rufescent white below; hands and feet fleshy white; tail equal to length of head and body; "fur more gerbillelike in character than in _M. musculus_" (or
Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon

Note that financial assets and liabilities cancel one another out, thus making net worth equal to the value of physical assets.

When Dixit said it cost 10 annas (equal to around Rs.100 now), the customer fled.

Both sets have a count or cardinality equal to the transfinite number א 0  alephnull.
TierneyLab

Currently, ticket holders pay a penalty equal to 25% of the ticket price when they change their flight plans.

If there were only one term intermediate between E and F (viz. that the circle is made equal to a rectilinear figure by the help of lunules), we should be near to knowledge.
PRIOR ANALYTICS

According to the June 1, 2009, Federal Reserve release H6 (table 3), demand deposits plus other checkable deposits are equal to $740 billion.

In the spatial maps, computed concentrations less than zero were set equal to zero.

For example, a student knows that 32 degrees Fahrenheit is freezing and is equal to 0 degrees Celsius.

FEMA is also creating a new generation of 'grandfathered' properties—properties that are mapped into higherrisk areas but may be eligible to receive a discounted premium rate equal to the nonsubsidized rate for their old risk designation.
Literary Warrant [21]

Patients should be admitted to the hospital if respirations continue to be labored or their O 2 saturation is less than or equal to 90%.

She was particularly perplexed by geometry; she aroused our hilarity by always calling a parallelogram a parallelOgram, with a strong emphasis on the penultimate syllable; and she spent several days repeating over to herself, with a mystified countenance, the famous words, "The square of the hypothenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the two legs.
Hawthorne and His Circle

Max K.E.L. Planck put forward his radically new idea that the radiated energy could only be emitted in quanta, i.e. portions that had a certain definite value, larger for the short wavelengths than for the long ones (equal to a constant times the frequency for each quantum).
The Nobel Prizes in Physics 19012000

Make X greater than or equal to zero.

Thus, the area of a circle is equal to half of the product of the radius and the circumference.

A dipole moment of less than or equal to 1 debyes is preferred.

In other words, the square on the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares on the triangle's two legs.

I see an engaging and fiery young woman, who on a number of occasions, has shown a regal command equal to any royal in the world, and I have known my share of royalty.

The Bath, equal to 72 Logs, is thus the liquid equivalent of the Ephah, also equal to 72 Logs.

The extra emissions are roughly equal to the particulates saved by reduced engine use.
Times, Sunday Times

I have found some others nearly equal to her, but they are like whiteBlack Birds, plaguy rare. —
Letter 209

The old punt is equal to one euro and twenty seven cent.

Three sestertii, equal to about sixpence sterling, was the price which the republic paid for the modius or peck of the tithe wheat of Sicily.
XI. Book I. Of the Rent of Land

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love andd innocence.

In these descriptions she not only imposed upon them, but upon herself, for she never thought a present pleasure equal to one, that was passed; and thus the delicious climate, the fragrant orangeries and all the luxuries, which surrounded her, slept unnoticed, while her fancy wandered over the distant scenes of a northern country.
The Mysteries of Udolpho

This message appears when the barycentre is equal to zero as the result of the computation.

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love andd innocence.

The value for the General Fund deficit is based on deficits equal to 5% of GDP.

The number of times that an antimuon emits a positron in the same direction as its polarization was found to be equal to the number of times that a muon emits an electron in the opposite direction.

A metric unit of volume equal to one hundredth ( 10  2 ) of a liter.

Are you equal to this challenge ?

Currently, ticket holders pay a penalty equal to 25% of the ticket price when they change their flight plans.

[A "krone" is equal to one shilling and threehalfpence.]
Ghosts

Individuals who drink about those amounts live longer than those who abstain (one unit is equal to half a pint of beer, a glass of wine or a pub measure of spirit).

It is impossible for the eye to determine the angles of a chiliagon to be equal to 1996 right angles, or make any conjecture, that approaches this proportion; but when it determines, that right lines cannot concur; that we cannot draw more than one right line between two given points; it’s mistakes can never be of any consequence.
A Treatise of Human Nature

"You believe my behaviour tonight to be equal to his?" he inquired in a faltering voice.

There are many techniques already covered in this book that are equal to the second task.
Advanced Educational Psychology For Educators, Researchers and Policymakers,

[2] A stiver is a Dutch coin equal to 1/20 of a guilder.
Letter from Robert Carter to John Gale, 1720 July 13

The oxidation state of any atom in an uncombined element is equal to zero.

It must be remembered, however, to saw just inside these dovetailpin lines, otherwise the finished joint will be too slack, owing to the removal of the sawdust, which is practically equal to the thickness of the saw blade.
Woodwork Joints How they are Set Out, How Made and Where Used.

One centimetre is equal to 10 millimetres.

If the idea saves money, how about a bonus equal to the first month's worth of savings?

Birds consumed dermapterans, orthopterans, arachnids, and coleopterans in proportions equal to the prey's availability and did not select for prey size.

I began to be alarmed and wrathy; but I felt that my knowledge of French was not equal to adequately expressing my sentiments and decided to await developments.

Should the superdelegates count that republican who crossed over to vote for Obama in Alaska as equal to a california voter even though the delegates for the two states were weighted to give more say to California and other "blue states?
MoveOn Petition On SuperDels: Over A Quarter Million Signatures And Counting

The inclosed account will show you that the advances we have made were not warranted by the sale, & that the demand has not been equal to our anticipations.
Letter 401

The heat of condensation is equal to the heat of vaporization.

But he proved equal to the task of avoiding encirclement and destruction, and in February 1943 he was promoted field marshal as a reward for his generalship.

Could your relationship feel unequal to her, about your needs and not hers?
The Sun

Against the wind in the second half, Confey now had to face a far tougher challenge but they were equal to the task.

I used to think that absolutely nothing could provide contentment equal to a pot of coffee and a fourpound Sunday newspaper.

There is no paradise on earth equal to the union of love and innocence.

If, for example, the osmotic pressure measured is the hundredmillionth of a barye, we shall know that a cubic centimetre of hydrogen under normal conditions (pressure equal to a million baryes) contains 100 million million times n molecules (1014 n).
Jean Baptiste Perrin  Nobel Lecture

Of the third kind of stadia, 8331/3 were equal to one degree of the equator; calculating that 1000 of these were sailed during a day and night's voyage, Pytheas would arrive in the latitude of
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels  Volume 18 Historical Sketch of the Progress of Discovery, Navigation, and Commerce, from the Earliest Records to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century, By William Stevenson

A truss of hay of 66 pounds is therefore equal to 28 pounds of oats, or a bushel of the best oats will go as far as one truss and a half of hay.

It was equal to one kilo of TNT.
The Sun

The paternalistic style of rule is unequal to the demands of transparency and accountability that local populaces  and overseas investors  want.

It will be remembered that the gramme weighs nearly 151/2 grains, and the cubic centigramme is equal to 1 gramme.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 484, April 11, 1885