Distribution means that multiplying a number by a group of numbers added together is the same as doing each multiplication separately. The distributive property is a law of mathematics.
The distributive property is a characteristic that two mathematical operators may have. Numbers do not have a distributive property.
You don't. The distributive property involves at least three numbers.
Individual numbers do not have the distributive property - mathematical operations do.
"Proberty" is not a word. You're looking for "distributive property." The distributive property says that x(a + b) = xa + xb. (Multiplying the sum of two numbers by a third number is the same as summing the products of those two numbers multiplied individually by the third number.)
Numbers do not have a distributive property. The distributive property is an attribute of one arithmetical operation over another. The main example is the distributive property of multiplication over addition.
no because distributive property is for multiple digit numbers.
The distributive property is applicably to the operation of multiplication over either addition or subtraction of numbers. It does not apply to single numbers.
The distributive property is an attribute of two binary operations, not of individual numbers.
The distributive property states that a(b + c) = ab + ac Multiplying the sum of two numbers is the same as multiplying the numbers separately and adding those totals together. 5(2 + 3) = 40 (5 x 2) + (5 x 3) = 40
No. The distributive property applies to two operations (usually multiplication and addition), NOT to numbers.
The "distributive property" involves multiplication and addition, and there must be at least three numbers involved.
There is no such thing. The distributive property involves at least three numbers, and two operations (usually multiplication and addition).
The answer depends on what other numbers are part of the distributive process.
A number cannot have the distributive property. The distributive property is a property that one binary operator (for example, multiplication) has over another (addition) for a set of numbers or other mathematical objects (matrices).
The distributive property states that for any numbers a, b, and c: a(b+c) = ab + ac
There is no such thing. Take a look at the definition of the distributive property - the basic definition involves three numbers; the definition can also be extended to more than three numbers.
The distributive property OF MULTIPLICATION over addition is a*(b + c) = a*b + a*c for any numbers a, b and c.
The distributive property is when you take you number is share it with all the other numbers in the parenthesis. An example is x(2 + 3) = 2x + 3X.
If you simply add numbers the answer is the sum of those numbers.
3(34+7) you will distribute the 3 with the 34 and 7 by multiplying them 102+21 then you add the two numbers 123
The distributive requires three numbers (or elements) and two different mathematical operations. Two numbers are not enough to illustrate it.
2k + 10 is an expression. The distributive property is a property of one binary operation (typically multiplication, or right-division) over another (addition or subtraction) for elements of a set (numbers); not a property of expressions.
You need three numbers to apply a distributive property.