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# What is the Multiplicative Identity property?

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2010-05-07 22:15:52

Any number multiplied by 1 remains the same.

One is called the Multiplicative Identity.

Multiplying any number by one is an example of the Multiplicative Identity Property of One.

The multiplicative identity states that:

A x 1 = A

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