# Equations in sentences?

Some simple mathematic equations are converted into these sentences. What are they?

1. Candice's land (in $$m^2$$) is equal to the total area of Albert's land and Betty's land (in $$m^2$$).
2. On March 14$$^{th}$$, the frequency of the radiation waves is exponentially higher.
3. The price of a litre of water and cement squared is equal to ice, brick and two watery cement(s).
4. A number of power of a smaller number is derived from a power of number.
5. Signs over a reason is always temporary.
• I'm pretty certain "ice" has to be water to the third power though.
– Bass
Oct 24, 2020 at 9:18
• Lol funny comment. Oct 24, 2020 at 15:41

Candice's land (in $$m^2$$) is equal to the total area of Albert's land and Betty's land (in $$m^2$$).

1) $$c^2=a^2+b^2$$ Pythagoras' theorem.

On March 14th, the frequency of the radiation waves is exponentially higher.

2) Volume of a cylinder $$V=(πr^2)h$$

The price of a litre of water and cement squared is equal to ice, brick and two watery cement(s).

3) $$(a+b)^2=a^2+b^2+2ab$$

A number of power of a smaller number is derived from a power of number.

4) if $$y=kx^n$$ then $$dy/dx=nkx^{n-1}$$

Signs over a reason is always temporary.

5) $$\tan θ = \sin θ/\cos θ$$

• I have chanfed the answer, although I am not sure about the second one Oct 24, 2020 at 15:25
• Just changed it again Oct 25, 2020 at 2:16
• Well done, faster than I thought! Oct 25, 2020 at 2:19

March 14 could be written 314 which might be $$\pi$$ , that plus exponential could relate to Euler's equation