Its quiet simple. All you have to know is that when you use the distributive property in math, it's most likely and equation. So you basically remove the parentheses. AKA(expanding the equation)
the distributive property states that a(b+c) = ab+ac you take whats inside the parenthesis and multiply it by the outside.
Which property is demonstrated below? If t=s then s=t
Math rules depend on what kins of problem you are doing.
Commutative property or Abelian property.
the distributed property,commmutative properties of addition and multiplication,Associative properties of addition and multiplication,additive identity, multiplicative identity.
The distributive property of multiplication over addition states that a*(b + c) = a*b + a*c that is, the multiplication of the bracket by a can be distributed over the elements inside the bracket.
No some do not undertake that rule!! Your welcome ANONYMOUS
Um, well I need to know your problem.. But sure, it can be four.
Math sucks c:
An estimated math answer is one that is guessed based on what you know without actually doing the problem.