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MMB Alg I Properties

QuestionAnswer
Commutative Property of Addition 2 + 7 = 7 + 2
Associative Property of Addition (3 + 7) + 5 = 3 + (7 + 5)
Identity Property of Addition (-12) + 0 = -12
Inverse Property of Addition (-8) + (+8) = 0
Commutative Property of Multiplication 6*5 = 5*6
Associative Property of Multiplication (3*4)*9 = 3*(4*9)
Identity Property of Multiplication 15*1 = 15
Property of Zero 8 * 0 = 0
Property of -1 (-6) * (-1) = 6
Distributive Property (right side) (x+8)6 = 6x + 48
Distributive Property (left side) 3(x-5) = 3x - 15
Inverse Property of Multiplication (2/3)*(3/2) = 1
Reflexive Prop of Equality 8=8
Symmetric Property of Equality If 4=x, then x=4
Transitive Property of Equality If x=2 and 2=y, then x=y
Addition Property of Equality If x-5 = 12, then x = 17
Subtraction Property of Equality If x+23 = (-9), then x = (-32)
Multiplication Property of Equality If (2/5)x = 40, then x = 100
Division Property of Equality If (-8)x = 64, then x = -8
Substitution Property If x = 5 and x + y = z, then 5 + y = z
Closure Property of Addition for the Reals 3 + 7 = a real number
Closure Property of Subtraction for the Reals 9 - (-14) = a real number
Closure Property of Multiplication for the Reals (-32)*(pi)= a real number
Closure Property of Division of the Reals (10)/(2) is a real number
Created by: Mrs. Brogan MMB