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Properties of Real Numbers

Identifying which Propery of Real Numbers is represented in each equation.
a data set by toni.wayne7
created November 14, 2016
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PropertyExampleExplanation
Commutative Property of Addition5+4 = 4+5 changing the order of the addends does not change the sum
Identity Property of Multiplication7 x 1 = 7any number multiplied by one is itself
Associative Property of Multiplication3(2 x 4) = (3 x 2)4the product of any numbers is the same regardless of how they products are grouped
Inverse Property of Addition-6 + 6 = 0a whole number added to its opposite will always equal zero
Commutative Property of Multiplication9 x 2 = 2 x 9the order in which two factors are multiplied has no effect on the product
Inverse Property of Multiplication8 x 1/8 = 1a whole number multiplied by its multiplicative inverse will always equal one
Associative Property of Addition(1+3) +5 = 1 +(3+5)the sum of a set of numbers will be the same regardless of how they are grouped
Distributive Property of Multiplication4 (2+3) = 8 + 12multiplying a sum by a number is the same as multiplying each number by a factor and then adding the products together
Multiplicative Property of Zero7 x 0 = 0the product of any number and zero is always zero
Commutative Property of Additionn+4 = 4+nchanging the order of the addends does not change the sum
Identity Property of Multiplication1x9 = 9any number multiplied by one is itself
Associative Property of Multiplication(5x4) x 2= 5(4x2)the product of any numbers is the same regardless of how they products are grouped
Inverse Property of Addition4+ (-4) = 0a whole number added to its opposite will always equal zero
Commutative Property of Multiplication3 x 12=12x 3the order in which two factors are multiplied has no effect on the product
Inverse Property of Multiplication1/p x p = 1a whole number multiplied by its multiplicative inverse will always equal one
Associative Property of Addition(5+2)+ 8 = 5+(2+8)the sum of a set of numbers will be the same regardless of how they are grouped
Distributive Property of Multiplication 2(6+3) = 12+6multiplying a sum by a number is the same as multiplying each number by a factor and then adding the products together
Multiplicative Property of Zero-8 x 0 = 0the product of any number and zero is always zero
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