equated, past tense; equated, past participle; equates, 3rd person singular present; equating, present participle;
Consider (one thing) to be the same as or equivalent to another
customers equate their name with quality
(of one thing) Be the same as or equivalent to (another)
that sum equates to half a million pounds today
Cause (two or more things) to be the same in quantity or value
the level of prices will move to equate supply and demand
compare: consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous; "We can compare the Han dynasty to the Romans"; "You cannot equate success in financial matters with greed"
be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics
equal: make equal, uniform, corresponding, or matching; "let's equalize the duties among all employees in this office"; "The company matched the discount policy of its competitors"
(equating) equation: the act of regarding as equal
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., like most large retail and grocery chains, offers store brands, commonly referred to as house brands or generic brands, which are low-priced alternatives to name brand products. Walmart has numerous store brands, each catering to a different consumer need or desire. ...
Equate is a board game made by Conceptual Math Media where players score points by forming equations on a 19x19 game board. Equations appear across and down in a crossword fashion and must be mathematically correct. ...
Test equating traditionally refers to the statistical process of determining comparable scores on different forms of an exam. Kolen, M.J., & Brennan, R.L. (1995). Test Equating. New York: Spring. It can be accomplished using either classical test theory or item response theory.
To consider equal, to state as being equivalent
Equating in the process of creating a function that maps a pattern of observed outcomes to a score such that the score obtained from two different forms of an assessment are equivalent. ...