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Properties Vocab Def

Match the Mathematical Properties with their Definitions

TermDefinition
Additive Identity Property Any number added to zero is the number
Additive Inverse Property A number added to its opposite gives a result of zero (the identity element)
Associative Property The groupings of addition and multiplication do not change the value of the sums/products
Commutative Property The order in which numbers are added or multiplied does not matter
Distributive Property Multiplying a number by a group of numbers added together is the same as doing each multiplication separately
Multiplicative Identity Property Any number multiplied by 1 is the number
Multiplicative Inverse Property A number multiplied by its reciprocal gives a result of one (the identity element)
Multiplicative Property of Zero A number multiplied by zero equals zero
Properties of Inequality If two values are equivalent, one of the values can be substituted for the other in any inequality and certain rules follow
Substitution Property If a relationship is established to be true, then certain rules follow for inequalities
Created by: MrsDiamond