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Properties of Mathematics Pamphlet

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Properties of Mathematics Pamphlet

Math 7

- In words:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?

- Which property is demonstrated by the following statement?