# LHS

(Redirected from Left-Hand Side)

A LHS is an acronym for Left-Hand Side of an equation.

**Example(s)**- In the following equation: [math] 5x+1=y+z+3[/math], the term [math]5x+1[/math] is LHS.

**Counter-Examples:**- RHS.

**See:**Non-Terminal Symbol, Production Rule.

## References

### 2018

- (Wikipedia, 2018) ⇒ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sides_of_an_equation Retrieved:2018-10-7.
- In mathematics,
**LHS**is informal shorthand for the**left-hand side**of an equation. Similarly,**RHS**is the**right-hand side**. The two sides have the same value, expressed differently, since equality is symmetric.^{[1]}More generally, these terms may apply to an inequation or inequality; the right-hand side is everything on the right side of a test operator in an expression, with LHS defined similarly.,

- In mathematics,