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CLOSURE PROPERTY OF ADDITION the sum of two real numbers equals a real number
closure property of multiplacation the product of two real numbers equals a real number
communitive property of addition atb=b+a
communitive property of multiplacation b*a=a*b
associative property of addition (atb)+c=(c+a)+b
associative property of multiplacation (l*m)*n=(n*l)*m
additive identity property a+0=a
multiplicative identity property a*1=a
additive inverse property is the real number to equal the additive identity (0)
multiplicative inverse is the number that multiplies with a real numberto equal the multiplicative identity(1)
distribuative property a(b+c)=ab+ac
multiplication property of zero a*b=0
scalene triangle has no equal sides
isoceles triangle has two equal sides
equilateral triangle all sides are equal
equiangular triangle has three equal angles
bisector of an angle divides the angle in halfth
collinear set of points points on the same line
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