Q: Is 55 plus 6 equals 6 plus 55 a commutative property?

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The concept of being able to swap numbers in an addition sum is called the commutative property of addition.

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55 + 27 + 65 = 147

The Commutative property just says that it doesn't matter what order the numbers are in, you will get the same answer. Examples would be 1+5=6 and 5+1=6 34+20+1=55 and 20+1+34=55

32 + 40 + 55 + 33 = 160

55 + x = 180 x = 180 - 55 x = 125

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55+(-20) equals 35

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No. The sum is 65.

13 + 42 = 55

It is: 55+19 = 74

fifty-five - 55

46 plus 9 equals 55 this is a basic math problem

The number between 50 and 60 is 55 because they are both five away from 55. 60-5 equals 55. 50 plus 5 equals 55. So they are equal.

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48+7=55

48 plus 7 equals 55.

X=6

x + 32 = 55 x = 55 - 32 x = 23

Multiply the bottom equation by 5.

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