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# Math Topic 2

### Variables, Expressions,and Properties

TermDefinition
Evaluate To find the value of an expression.
Associative Property of Multiplication The way numbers are grouped does not affect the product.
Identity Property of Multiplication The product of a number and one is that number.
Order Of Operations A set of rules mathematicians use to determine the order in which operations are performed.
Identity Property Of Addition Adding zero to a number does not change the number.
Input/ Output Table A table of related values.
Distributive Property Multiplying a sum (or difference) by a number gives the same result as multiplying each number in the sum ( or difference) by the number and adding ( or subtracting) the products.
Coefficient The number that is multiplied by a variable I an algebraic expression. Example : For 6x +5, the coefficient is 6.
Substitution To replace a variable with a number.
Associative Property of Addition The way numbers are grouped does not affect the sum.
Variable A quantity that can change or vary, often represented with a letter.
Algebraic Expression A mathematical phrase that has at least one variable and one operation.
Commutative Property of Addition The order in which numbers are added does not change the sum of the numbers.
Commutative property of Multiplication The order in which numbers are multiplied does not change the product of the numbers.
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