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Q: What is the communative property for 5 times 4?

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Some examples of the properties of multiplication are the idenity property are EX./ 5*1=5 Then there is the associative property. EX./ 7*(5*6)=5*(6*7) Communative property EX./5*4=4*5 zero property EX./ 5*0=0

commutative property of multiplication

The property that multiplication of integers is commutative.

Commutative Property: 5 x 4 = 4 x 5 20 = 20

The property states that the order of the addend or factor does not change the sum or product. 2+3=5 3+2=5 6x7=42 7x6=42 5x(7+6)=5x(6+7)

Commutative Property of Multiplication.

The commutative property isn't of much use in this situation, since it states that 5 x 4 = 4 x 5 Either way, it equals 20.

(4 x 5) = (4 x 1/8) = 20 + 4/8 = 20.5

5 to the 4th times 4 cubed.

5 x 4 equals 4 x 5 is commutative property.

5x55= 275

The limitations of the browser make it difficult to be certain what your question is. If it is about 4+5=5+4 (or 4*5=5*4), then the answer is the commutative property of addition (or multiplication) of integers.

5*23*2 = 23*5*2 (commutative property)= 23*(5*2) (associative property) = 23*10 = 230.

commutative property of multiplication

I suggest the property is inequality.

Not usually.

If you mean: 5(x-4) = 5x-20 then both expressions are equivalent

607 times 5 is 3035. That is the answer with or without the distributive property.

5*64/15 = 5*6 + 5*4/15 (using the distributive property of multiplication over addition). = 30 + 4/3 = 30 + 11/3 = 311/3

-4 times 5 equals +16

(4=-5)+5=5

1 times 4 = 4. 4+1= 5

x*5+4 = 4+5*x

4(5 - 2y) = 20 - 8y