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[ UK /ɪkwˈeɪʒən/ ]
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NOUN

a state of being essentially equal or equivalent; equally balanced
on a par with the best  a mathematical statement that two expressions are equal
 the act of regarding as equal
How To Use equation In A Sentence
 The authors of the second paper admit that â€œother variables … influence the binding avidity (preference), such as type of SA (sialic acid of the receptor site) and glycosylation and sialylation of the hemagglutinin close to the receptor binding site. â€ These factors all vary obviously and there are other variables in the equation as well including the status of specific areas of the immune system. Think Progress » An Inconvenient Truth and An Intolerable Summer
 Once all that is figured out, the most confusing factor in the equation must be pondered: playing time.
 But our physiognomy is only a part of the equation. Men's brains, women's brains
 The corrector is a modification of the Crank  Nicolson equation.
 Adopting, the additional computative burden imposed by it notwithstanding, Schonfeld's modification of Airy's formulæ, he introduced into his equations a fifth unknown quantity expressive of a possible stellar drift in galactic longitude. Scientific American Supplement, No. 829, November 21, 1891
 The second version occurs as Corollary 2 to Proposition 7 and was thought of as a method of expanding solutions of fluxional equations in infinite series.
 The model involved in particle charging equation, electric field and charge conservation equation, gas conservation equations of mass and momentum, particle mass and momentum equation.
 This transform is essentially an equation which will convert from image to map coordinates and viceversa.
 The sections on equations cover quadratic equations where he discusses two solutions.
 The firstorder rate equation can be used under conditions where microorganisms become acclimatized to the chemical and can actively use it.