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Associative Property grouping does not matter
Commutative Property order does not matter
Distributive Property breaking up the problem and solving it step by step
Identity Property a number plus or minus a number that will give us our original number
Term any number or variable connected by the addition or subtraction symbol
Like Terms terms that contain the same variable
Variable Term problem that contains a variable
Numeric Term problem that contains only numbers
Constant another name for Numeric Term
Open Circle number is not included in the solution; not equal to
Closed Circle number is included in our solution and is possibly equal to
Solving Equations solved by using inverse operations
Solving Inequalities closed and open circles used to graph a number and a variable on a number line
Open Sentence problem that contains one or more variables
-x means variable term
x means variable term
2x -3y + 5 - 5x + 2y - 8 solving inequalities
3(2x-4) inequality
-(2x-4) inequality
3(2x-4)-3(x-2) solving inequalities
Created by: stuckcharles