How to Pronounce equates?

Correct pronunciation for the word "equates" is [ɪkwˈe͡ɪts], [ɪkwˈe‍ɪts], [ɪ_k_w_ˈeɪ_t_s].

"Equates" in context

Equates are equal equivalents. In mathematics, it is a statement made to show that two values are equal in meaning or measure. "3 + 2 = 5" is an example of equates. Any type of mathematical equation can be used to make equates.

In terms of science, equates can be used to explain a concept or principle. This could be something as simple as the law of gravity or the conservation of energy. Scientists often use equations to make their point, as equations can make difficult concepts easier for people to understand.

In business and economics, equates are used to explain how two different entities relate.

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