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The Commutative property of addition.

Add them up. Any order (the result is always the same)

We get the same answer: 4 + 8 = 12 or 8 + 4 = 12

You simply add the numbers: the answer has a positive sign.

when you add two or more numbers together, the result is called the sum

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The Commutative property of addition.

because when you add numbers if you move them around then the quantaty of the numbers is still the same making it add up to the same number

Add them up. Any order (the result is always the same)

It means that you can add up the numbers in any order, and it doesn't matter, the result will be the same.

We get the same answer: 4 + 8 = 12 or 8 + 4 = 12

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the greatest factor that two or more numbers have in common.

Prime numbers have only two factors which are themselves and one and they add up in the same way as composite numbers which have more than two factors

This would be the commutative property of addition. It states that we can add the same numbers in any order and arrive at the same answer. I always tell my students the "C" in commutative stands for change as in changing the order of the numbers...

You simply add the numbers: the answer has a positive sign.

5 x 1.25

when you add two or more numbers together, the result is called the sum