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Commutative Property of addition You can add things in any order. Commute to go back and forth
Commutative Property of Multiplication When trying to get a product you may multiply in any order. Commute to go back and forth
Associative Property of Addition Changing the grouping of terms in a sum does not change the sum. Associate in side your group
Associative Property of Multiplication Changing the grouping of factors in a product does not change the product. Associate inside your group
Additive Inverse What you add to the number to get zero. Opposite
Multiplicative Inverse The number you multiply by to get to zero. Reciprocal
Distributive Property Multiply each thing inside of parenthesis. Distribute give to everyone.
Additive Identity Add zero and the number stays the same.
Multiplicative Identity Multiply by one and the number stays the same.
Multiplicative Property of Zero If you multiply anything by zero you ge zero.
Created by: phoebsta