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Properties of Addition and Multiplication By Stephanie Lohr
Commutative Property Commutative Property of Addition-- changing the order in which you add does not change the sum. So, More Examples:
Commutative Property Commutative Property of Multiplication-- changing the order in which you multiply numbers doesn’t change the product. So, More Examples:
Associative Property Associative Property of Addition-- changing the way the numbers are grouped does not change the sum. Add parenthesis to show Associative Property So,
Associative Property Associative Property of Multiplication-- changing the way the numbers are grouped does not change the product. Add parenthesis to show Associative Property
Identity Property Identity Property of Addition-- if you add zero to a number, you get the same number! 0 is called the identity of addition!!
Identity Property Identity Property of Multiplication-- if you multiply a number by 1, you get the same number! 1 is called the identity of multiplication!!
Zero Property (of Multiplication) Any number multiplied by 0 equals 0!
Inverse Property Inverse Property of Multiplication-- a number multiplied by its reciprocal equals 1.
Additive Inverse Property--a number plus its opposite equals 0.
Distributive Property A number outside parenthesis gets multiplied by every number inside parenthesis.
Identify the Property Commutative Prop. Of Multiplication Identity Prop. Of Addition Zero Property Associative Prop. Of Addition Identity Prop. Of Multiplication
Properties The additive inverse property tells us to simply take a number and add its opposite so we get zero. Example 1 -6 is the additive inverse of.
Properties of Real Numbers
1.8 Properties of Real Numbers. Commutative (Addition) The “you can switch it around and it just don’t matter” property a + b = b + a.
Multiplication properties. Multiplication properties.
Commutative Property of Addition 2+3 = 3+2 *This property states you can add two numbers in any order!
Operations: Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide
Basic Laws Of Math x
Properties of Real Numbers Students will be able to recognize properties of real numbers and use them to solve problems.
Properties 1. Commutative Property Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication- -changing the order in which you add does not change the sum.
Properties of Multiplication The properties for multiplying whole numbers are also true for multiplying fractions and whole numbers. (only 1 new property)
When adding two numbers, the order does not matter. EXAMPLES: = a + b = b + a.
Properties of the Real Number System. FOR ADDITION: The order in which any two numbers are added does not change the sum. FOR MULTIPLICATION: The order.
Properties of Operations in Math Lesson 2. Inverse Operations Means: “putting together” a problem and “taking it apart” using the same numbers by + and.
Algebra II Honors Properties Review Chapter 1. We will solve 2x + 4 = 6x – 12 Showing all of the properties used So Let’s go!
Properties of Real Numbers Algebra A Unit 1, Lesson 4.
Properties of Real Numbers 1.Objective: To apply the properties of operations. 2.Commutative Properties 3.Associative Properties 4.Identity Properties.
Properties and Scientific Notation
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