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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. In mathematics, an open sentence (usually an equation or inequality) is described as "open" in the sense that its truth value is meaningless until its variables are replaced with specific numbers, at which point the truth value can usually be determined (and hence the sentences are no longer regarded as "open"). These possible replacement values are assumed to range over a subset of either the real or complex numbers, depending on the equation or inequality under consideration (in applications, real numbers are usually associated also with measurement units). The replacement values which produce a true equation or inequality are called solutions of the equation or inequality, and are said to "satisfy" them.
EditorLambert M. Surhone
EditorMariam T. Tennoe
EditorSusan F. Henssonow
Lambert M. Surhone
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