equational

[ih-kwey-zhuh-nl, -shuh-]
adjective
  1. of, using, or involving equations.
  2. Biology. pertaining to the second or nonreductional cell division in meiosis, in which each chromosome divides into two equal parts.
  3. Grammar. (of a sentence or predication) consisting of a subject and a complement with or without a copula: “Very interesting, those books” is an equational sentence.

Origin of equational

First recorded in 1860–65; equation + -al1
Related formse·qua·tion·al·ly, adverb
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Historical Examples of equational

  • But, coming to the negatives, the equational interpretation is certainly less obvious.

    Logic

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