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Mathematics Vocabulary - Grade 7 ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Associative Property of Addition The property that states that when adding three or more real numbers, the sum is always the same, regardless of their grouping.
Mathematics Vocabulary - Grade 7 ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Associative Property of Multiplication No matter how the numbers are grouped, the answer will always be the same.
Mathematics Vocabulary - Grade 7 Commutative Property of Addition ©Partners for Learning, Inc. This property means that the addends can be added in any order and the sum is always the same.
Mathematics Vocabulary - Grade 7 ©Partners for Learning, Inc. Distributive property A number outside the parenthesis can be multiplied to each term within the parenthesis. 5 x 8 Is the same as 5 x (6 + 2) Which equals (5 x 6) + (5 x 2) Which equals 30 + 10 Which equals 40
Mathematics Vocabulary - Grade 7 Converse Switching the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement. If Sammy has 4 points, then Jared has 6 points. If Jared has 6 points, then Sammy has 4 points.
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