Definition of equality in English:

equality

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Pronunciation: /ɪˈkwɒlɪti
 
, iː-/

noun

  • 2 Mathematics A symbolic expression of the fact that two quantities are equal; an equation.
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    • Relationships between other values from different quantity spaces can be defined using equalities and correspondences.
    • The formal algebraic manipulation of series investigated by Lagrange and Laplace in the 1770s was put in the form of operator equalities by Arbogast in 1800 in Calcul des dérivations.
    • In a series of papers published over the following years Edmonds examined a whole variety of different conditions on the functions f and g which give the required equalities.

Origin

late Middle English: via Old French from Latin aequalitas, from aequalis (see equal).

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