It = the

equals sign, and its creator was the Tenby-born polymath Robert Recorde.

The report examines the fact that the main dynamics impacting whether users adopted the

equals sign as their profile picture were how many of their friends had already done so, the demographics of the users, and how often those users typically change their profile pictures.

It seems worth noting that almost all words that possess a valid equation also allow an equation in which the

equals sign appears all the way to the right (just before the last letter), as in the last three solutions given above.

Type a carat and

equals sign (^=) in the Replace with: field.

The expression after the first

equals sign is just the standard formula for the volume of a piece sliced off the top of a sphere where r is the radius of the sphere and 'h' is its height.

The 20-year-old singer's tattoo collection includes a heart, cross and an

equals sign on her hand, an anchor on her wrist, a dreamcatcher on her ribs, a Theodore Roosevelt quote on her arm, and the phrase "Just Breathe" under her boob.

Prominently highlighted today on Xi3's Website is a gray scale illustration featuring an outline of the iconic shape of the PISTON Console with an

equals sign floating in the middle of the outline.

It was the Welsh, for example, who invented the crystal radio detector for the world's first radio transmitter and receiver, the

equals sign and the first notion of fuel cells.

An understanding of mathematical equivalence requires the student to understand that the values on either side of an

equals sign are the same.

Similarly, Connecticut's 2nd-grade curriculum states, "Demonstrate an understanding of equivalence or balance of sets using objects, models, diagrams, numbers whole number [sic] relationships (operations) and the

equals sign, e.

The date January 12, 2012, is special: if you write it as 1/12/12, then change the first slash to a multiplication sign and the second slash to an

equals sign, you get an equation:

One major barrier for students is the inability to interpret the

equals sign as anything other than a 'do something signal'.