When you add or multiply, you can group the numbers together in any combination.
facts associative property
If you want to multiply the monomial by the polynomial, yes. In that case, you have to multiply the monomial by every term of the polynomial. For example: a (b + c + d) = ab + ac + ad More generally, when you multiply together two polynomials, you have to multiply each term in one polynomial by each term of the other polynomial; for example: (a + b)(c + d) = ac + ad + bc + bd All this can be derived from the distributive property (just apply the distributive property repeatedly).
there is not division for the associative property
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Suppose you were trying to multiply 17 x 5 x 2. The associative property states that (17 x 5) x 2 = 17 x (5 x 2) The second one is easier to do in your head.
No it is not an associative property.
There is no synonym for the associative properties.
No you can not use subtraction or division in the associative property.
The associative property does not apply to division but multiplication and addition do.
There is only one associative property for multiplication: there is not a separate "regular" version.