But according to C, getting matched with a bang buddy is just part of the equation.
I decided to flip the equation, and turn my virginity into something that allows me to gain power and opportunity from men.
This should be embraced while recognizing that the big loser in this equation is al Qaeda.
Keeping children healthy is just the first part of the equation, however, according to Miles.
John McCain added, “Every bone in my body knows that simply supplying weapons will not change the equation.”
The so-called "scientifically trained" manager tends to undervalue the human factor of his equation.
But for the other end of the equation I could speak authoritatively.
equation of Time is the difference between the time as indicated by a sun-dial, and that by a good clock.
It differs from apparent noon by the amount of the equation of time for that date.
That will depend wholly upon the equation of International Demand as between the two kinds of goods.
late 14c., a term in astrology; meaning "action of making equal" is from 1650s; mathematical sense is from 1560s, on notion of equalizing the expressions; from Latin aequationem (nominative aequatio) "an equal distribution, community," from past participle stem of aequare (see equal (adj.)). Chemistry sense is from 1807.
equation e·qua·tion (ĭ-kwā'zhən, -shən)
n.
A statement asserting the equality of two mathematical expressions, usually written as a linear array of symbols that are separated into left and right sides and are joined by an equal sign.
A representation of a chemical reaction, usually written as a linear array in which the symbols and quantities of the reactants are separated from those of the products by an equal sign, an arrow, or a set of opposing arrows.
An expression of equality between two formulas in mathematics. The two formulas are written with an equal sign between them: 2 + 2 = 4 is an equation, as is E = mc2.