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Q: What is The property that allows us to add zero to a number without changing the value of the number.?

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That's the commutative property.

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I don't know which of these are 'first', but there is the:Identity Property - you can add zero and get the same number back.Commutative Property - numbers can be added in any order and get the same result.Associative Property - numbers can be grouped in parenthesis and added without changing the resulting sum.

Distributive Property: distribute base number, Commutative Property: changing order doesn't change answer, Associative Property: changing gouping doesn't change answer, Identity Property of Addition: any number plus zero equals that number, Identity Property of Multiplication: any number multiplied by one equals that nuber, Zero Property: any number multiplied by zero equals zero

Changing the number of electrons simply makes the atom into an ion without changing the element. Changing the number of neutrons only changes the isotope.

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subtraction * * * * * The pattern is changing the sign of the number.

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It means that in an equation, you can multiply both sides (left and right of the equal sign) by the same number (except zero), without changing the result set.

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