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Q: What is the definition of the transitive property of math?
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What is the transitive property of math?

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What does Transitive Property mean in math?

its the same thing as additive property.. but your not adding, your dividing....:)

What is the definition of the transitive property?

If a then b then b then c etc

What is the math definition of Negative Exponent Property?

property of negative exponents

What is transitive in math?

A mathematical property, ~, is said to be transitive over a set S if, for any three elements, x y and z x ~ y and y ~ z implies than x ~ z. For example, "is greater than (>)" is transitive, but "is not equal to" is not.

What does transitive mean in math terms?

Transitive Property (mathematics), property of a mathematical relation such that if the relation holds between a and b and between b and c, then it also exists between a and c. The equality relation, for example, is transitive because if a = b and b = c, then a = c. Other transitive relations include greater than (>), less than (<), greater than or equal to (?), and less than or equal to (?).

What is the difference between the transitive property of congruence and parallel lines?

They are similar because they both have the definition of if A=B and B=C then A=C. They are different because since every parallel line is equal it shows that they do not exactly match up because of the transitive property of congruence.

What property states if a equals b and b equals c then a equals c?

Transitive PropertyThat's called the transitive property.

What are properties of algebraic inequalities?

substitution property transitive property subtraction property addition property

Can the transitive property be used for angles?


what- WXY UXA?

Transitive Property of Similarity

Does the transitive property apply for the law of sines?

No, it does not.