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High School Mathematics
1.3 Mathematical Statement

A mathematical sentence that can be verified as either true or false but not both is called a 'Mathematical Statement'.

Example: 7+5 = 12 (read as 7 plus 5 is equal to 12) is a true mathematical statement.


Directions: State whether the following mathematical statements are true or false. Also, write ten more mathematical statements that are true (make sure that each statement has at least four mathematical operations.
Q 1: 3x3 + 61 = 15
False
True

Q 2: 9 + 9 = 92
True
False

Q 3: 3(3 + 5) + 1 = 25
False
True

Q 4: 23 + 3 = 11
True
False

Q 5: 7 + 3x1 = 10
False
True

Q 6: 8 + 8 = 82
True
False

Q 7: 7 - 5 = 21
False
True

Q 8: 15 + 70 = 850
True
False

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