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Q: Does the equation 2 x plus g equals 2x plus g illustrate the distributive property?

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6(2 + 1) = 18==========

0.4*(7.5 + 40) = 19

The distributive property need not have any k in it.

no; commutative

It is not the distributive property. The statement in the question is simply FALSE.

no the equation is not correct, the only way it would be correct is if x=7 which would be a commutative property

2(x + 3) = 18 or did you mean that solution would be x = 18? then 2(x + 3) = 42

distributive

The commutative property

The property is: If equals are subtracted from equals, the results are equal.

There is no particular property illustrated by the equation shown.

The distributive property of multiplication over addition and the identity property of multiplication. RS + RS = 1*RS + 1*RS (using identity property) = (1 + 1)*RS (using distributive property) = 2*RS

No.

Distributive.

zero property

There is no specific property to the equation.

It is the Zero Property of Addition.

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The distributive property of multiplication over addition.

The identity property of multiplication is illustrated.

With a huge amount of difficulty because, as an identity, the equation is false. For example, let d = 1 and v = 1. The equation would then imply that 2 + 4 - 3 = 5 - 1 or 3 = 4 which is patently false.

This is the identity property: the additive identity property of zero.

3(7 + 2) = 3x7 + 3x2 is an example of the distributive law.The distributive law connects multiplication and addition.

7(x+-5) with the distributive property you can reduce it to7x+7*57x+35 which is the answer.