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Difference between Simplification & Evaluation of Expression

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1. What is the difference between evaluation and simplification of an expression? Explain with examples.

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Terms Evaluation of Expression and Simplication of Expression are thoroughly explained. Differece between these terms is explained with the help of suitable examples. Solution is typed in word document in about 270 words.

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An expression may contain one or more variables. Evaluation is the process of finding the numerical value of an expression for the given value of its variable/variables. Let us consider we are given an expression given by . If we are interested in finding the value of Y for a given value of x, say x=1. We will ...

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