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Commutative property of addtion The communicative property of addition states that change the order of two or more terms in an addition problem does not change the sum for any numbers A and B, A+ B = B+A 8+7=7+8 ^ ^ 15 15
Commutative property of multipulcation The commutative property of multiplication states that changing the order of two or more factors in a multiplication sentence does not change the product for any numbers A and B, Ax B=BxA 29x3=87=3x29=37+60=87
Associative property of addition The associative property of addition states that changing the group of terms in an addition problem does not change the sum. For any numbers add A, B, and C (A + B) + C = A + (B + C) (9+4)+3=9+(4+3) ^ ^ 13+4 9+7 ^
Associative property of multiplication The associative property of multiplication states that changing the grouping of these factors in a multiplication statement does not change the product for any numbers A, B, and C (A x B) x C = A x (B x C) 4x(3x27)=(4x3)x2 ^. ^ 4x6
Created by: K_Kaysen