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Properties of Real Numbers

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Which is not true about real numbers?

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The properties of the Real Number System will prove useful when working with equations, functions and formulas in Algebra.

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The properties of real numbers, does not allow the creation of equivalent expressions which will often aid in solving problems.

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In addition, they can be used to help explain or justify solutions.

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8 + 4 = 12, so 4+8 =

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Which of the following illustrates the Commutative Law of Multiplication?

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Which one of the following illustrates the Commutative Law of Addition?

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3 x ____ = 9 x 3

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What is the missing number?

6 + ____ = 7 + 6

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Which of the following illustrates the Associative Law of multiplication?

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Which one of the following illustrates the Associative Law of addition?

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5 × (2 × 9) is also equal to:

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What is the missing number?

5 × (__× 9) = (5 × 8) × 9

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What is the missing number?

4 + (____ + 5) = (4 + 7) + 5

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7 + (4 + 2) = 13, so (7 + 4) + 2

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Which operation doesn't fully apply to the Identity Property ?

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When using identity property the identity number always changes ?

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Identify the property

a + 0 = a

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It refers to "the value that brings you back to the identity element under addition"

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It refers to "multiplication distributes across addition".

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It refers to "commute = to get up and move to a new location : switch places"

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It refers to"regroup - elements do not physically move, they simply group with a new friend."

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It refers to "the value that returns the input unchanged"

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It refers to "for two real numbers

*a*and*b*,*a*is either equal to*b*, greater than*b*, or less than*b."*answer choices - Question 5230 secondsReport an issueQ.
It refers to "if two numbers are equal to the same number, then the two numbers are equal to each other"

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It refers to "quantities that are equal can be read forward or backward"

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It refers to "a value may be substituted for its equal."

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It refers to "the product of any two real numbers is another real number"

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