# Associations to the word «Equation»

## Noun

- Euler
- Coefficient
- Exp
- Stokes
- Einstein
- Dt
- Maxwell
- Tensor
- Integral
- Approximation
- Relativity
- Eq
- Regression
- Diffusion
- Viscosity
- Constant
- Derivation
- Cos
- Solution
- Variable
- Equilibrium
- Polynomial
- Planck
- Fourier
- Momentum
- Hilbert
- Perturbation
- Matrice
- Curvature
- Parameter
- Calculus
- Velocity
- Optimization
- Matrix
- Vector
- Duality
- Mechanics
- Pell
- Coordinate
- Singularity
- Dispersion
- Algebra
- Theorem
- Flux
- Dipole
- Integer
- Faraday
- Bloch
- Entropy
- Derivative
- Conductivity
- Iteration
- Propagation
- Dynamics
- Diffraction

## Adjective

- Differential
- Quadratic
- Nonlinear
- Algebraic
- Polynomial
- Stochastic
- Numerical
- Linear
- Homogeneous
- Above
- Integral
- Exponential
- Partial
- Gaussian
- Invariant
- Kinetic
- Electromagnetic
- Fractional
- Mathematical
- Symmetric
- Scattering
- Harmonic
- Derivative
- Dielectric
- Calculated
- Cubic
- Gravitational
- Inverse
- Finite
- Quantum
- Analytic
- Gradient
- Simultaneous
- Simplified
- Orthogonal
- Geometrical

## Pictures for the word «Equation»

## Wiktionary

EQUATION, noun. (mathematics) An assertion that two expressions are equal, expressed by writing the two expressions separated by an equal sign; from which one is to determine a particular quantity.

EQUATION, noun. (astronomy) A small correction to observed values to remove the effects of systematic errors in an observation.

EQUATION DIVISION, noun. (biology) (genetics) (cytology) the second of the two divisions of meiosis, a type of cell division.

## Dictionary definition

EQUATION, noun. A mathematical statement that two expressions are equal.

EQUATION, noun. A state of being essentially equal or equivalent; equally balanced; "on a par with the best".

EQUATION, noun. The act of regarding as equal.

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