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An algebraic expression is an expression that uses variables. A variable is a letter or symbol to replace a number, so an example would be X=93
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A numerical expression is like an algebraic, but a little different. A numerical has only numbers, not variables. like 1-2= -1
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In order to solve an algebraic expression, you must replace a number with a variable. like 6+8=14. But you want to replace the number so it would look like 6+x=14 X=8
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