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# math properties :)

### What each property means

QuestionAnswer
Additive Identity For any number the sum of that number and 0 is the that number. Example: 2+0=2
Multiplicative Identity For any number the product of that number and 1 it that number. Example 5x1=5
Additive Inverse Two numbers with a sum of 0 Example 4+(-4)=0
Multiplicative Inverse The product of any fractions and its reciprocal is 1. Example 9/1x1/9=1
Multiplicative Property of Zero For any number the product of that number and 0 is 0. Example 7x0=7
Reflexive Property of Equality Any quantity is equal to itself. Example 25=25 or 1+3=1+3
Symmetric Propery of Equality If one quantity equals a second quantity then the second quantity equals the first. Example 6=3+3,then 3+3=6
Transitive Property of Equality If one quantity equals a second quantity and the second quantity equals a third quantity, then the first quantity equals the third quantity
Substitution Property of Equality A quantity may be substituted for its equal in any expression. Example If n=15 then 3n=3x15
Communitive Property of + The order in which you add or multiply numbers does not change their sum or product. Example 9+2=2+9 or 14x2=2x14
Associative Property of + The way in which you group 3 or more numbers when adding or multiplying oes not change their sum or product. Example 1+(2+3)=(1+2)+3 or (2x3)4=2(3x4)
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