Classify it as an equation, an inequality, or an expression:

usagirl007A 2021-08-12 Answered
Classify it as an equation, an inequality, or an expression:
\(\displaystyle-{\left({7}{x}–{9}\right)}\)

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Answered 2021-08-13 Author has 14033 answers
In \(\displaystyle-{\left({7}{x}–{9}\right)}\) there is neither any inequality sign nor any equal sign. \(\displaystyle-{\left({7}{x}–{9}\right)}\) is the combination of variables and numbers, so \(\displaystyle-{\left({7}{x}–{9}\right)}\) is an expression.
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