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Do the following phrases imply the same thing:
"functions' equation" and "functions equation";
"function's equation" and "functions equation"?
Please use the phrase(s) in a complete sentence. It is difficult to say what is possible or not when we have only two words.
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"The function's equation is linear." This is grammatical.