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Properties of Mathematics Pamphlet. Math 7. Name of the Property. In words:. Multiplicative Property of Zero. In words: Any number multiplied by zero is zero. Multiplicative Property of Zero. In words: Any number multiplied by zero is zero. Identity Property of Multiplication.

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Properties of mathematics pamphlet

Properties of Mathematics Pamphlet

Math 7


Name of the property

Name of the Property

  • In words:


Multiplicative property of zero

Multiplicative Property of Zero

  • In words: Any number multiplied by zero is zero.


Multiplicative property of zero1

Multiplicative Property of Zero

  • In words: Any number multiplied by zero is zero.


Identity property of multiplication

Identity Property of Multiplication

  • In words: Any number multiplied by one is equal to itself.


Identity property of multiplication1

Identity Property of Multiplication

  • In words: Any number multiplied by one is equal to itself.


Identity property of addition

Identity Property of Addition

  • In words: Any number plus zero is equal to itself.


Identity property of addition1

Identity Property of Addition

  • In words: Any number plus zero is equal to itself.


Commutative property of addition

Commutative Property of Addition

  • In words: If you change the order of the numbers you are adding, the answer is the same.


Commutative property of addition1

Commutative Property of Addition

  • In words: If you change the order of the numbers you are adding, the answer is the same.


Commutative property of multiplication

Commutative Property of Multiplication

  • In words: If you change the order of the numbers you are multiplying, the answer is the same.


Commutative property of multiplication1

Commutative Property of Multiplication

  • In words: If you change the order of the numbers you are multiplying, the answer is the same.


Associative property of addition

Associative Property of Addition

  • In words: If you change the location of the parenthesis in an addition problem, the answer is the same.


Associative property of addition1

Associative Property of Addition

  • In words: If you change the location of the parenthesis in an addition problem, the answer is the same.


Associative property of multiplication

Associative Property of Multiplication

  • In words: If you change the location of the parenthesis in a multiplication problem, the answer is the same.


Associative property of multiplication1

Associative Property of Multiplication

  • In words: If you change the location of the parenthesis in a multiplication problem, the answer is the same.


Test yourself

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself1

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself2

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself3

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself4

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself5

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


Test yourself6

Test Yourself

  • Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?


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