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Identity

Concept

Identity

An identity is an equation that is always true. If an identity contains variables, it will still be true, no matter what value the variables may take. Many identities are common or famous enough in mathematics that they have specific names.

Name  Identity
Additive Identity
Multiplicative Identity
Pythagorean Identity
Square of a Binomial
Logarithmic Identity
Polynomial Identity