Is there any exact defination of Algebraic Identity?
Asked by raju MILI | 29th Mar, 2020, 04:16: PM
Algebraic identities are algebraic equations that are true for any value of the variables present in them.
it holds true for any value of x and y
Answered by Arun | 29th Mar, 2020, 05:58: PM
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