What is (or which are) the proper adjective to denote "two things that can be made equal (in a mathematical sense)".
Both the words "equalable" and "equalizable" have been used, but it is unclear to me whether they are correct (or at least admissible).
Which one is more advisable? Is there a better alternative to them?
Edit The context is quite technical, but a reasonable approximation would be that of two formal expressions having a common variable, say x. Then, the two expressions are ''equalable'' if they are equal for at least one value of x. For example:
The expressions "x*x" and "2*x" are equalable (taking x=2).
The expressions "x*0" and "x/x" are not equalable.