It is the additive identity.
The additive identity states that "Any number plus zero is equal to the original number."A + 0 = AHere is an example: 8+0=8 or 25+0=25
The additive identity is 0. The identity in a mathematical operation is the value that when the operation is performed, does not change the original value of the other operand. The additive identity is the number that, when added to another number, returns a value equal to the other number.
The additive property states that any number added to zero will equal it's original number.A + 0 = A6 + 0 = 6
As it appears the only thing it illustrates is the identity property ie anything is equal to itself. If there were brackets: (2 + 8 ) + 7 = 2 + (8 + 7) then that would illustrate the associative property of addition of numbers.
This is due to the additive identity property: x + 0 = x. 0 simply does not change the value of any number when added (or subtracted).
Any number plus zero is equal to the original amount.
The Identity Property of Multiplication means multiplying a number by 1 will equal that number. The value will not change.
"Multiplicative Identify Property of One" or "Identity Property of Multiplication"
The identity property of division simply states that any number divided by one is equal to the original number. Mathematically: x/1 = x
the answer will equal its # ex: 8+0=8
By the identity property, the only numbers that can equal -6 and 40 are -6 and 40 themselves.