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Q: What is the multiplicative property of zero?

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It is when u multiplicative by zero n it = zero

the zero property in math is when you multiply by zero which is the multiplicative property of zero or it is when you add zero to anything and get zero that is called the additive property of zero

When any number is multiplied by it, the answer is always zero.

When any number is multiplied by it, the answer is always zero.

a * 0=0

9x0=0 im in 4th grade, ya know

The multiplicative inverse property is a property such that: a(1/a) = 1 where a is nonzero value. If a is a nonzero value, then the multiplicative inverse of a is 1/a.

The multiplicative property of zero states that any number multiplied by zero gives you a product of zero. 1 x 0 = 0 134 x 0 = 0

For any number a (not zero) there exists a number 1/a such that a x (1/a) = 1

It's the multiplicative property.(My teacher hates the word multiplicative.)

No.

For every real number, x, which is not zero, there exists a real number x' such that x * x' = x' * x = 1, the multiplicative identity.

There is no such thing.However, the multiplicative inverse of any non zero number, x, is (1/x).The multiplicative inverse has the property that x*(1/x) = 1 = (1/x)*x.

its mathemathics! :)

I'm pretty sure that's the multiplicative property of equality...double-check.

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

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

This is the Identity Property so it is the the Additive Identity and Multiplicative Identity.

The multiplicative property of 1.

The property of multiplicative identity, i, of a set S is an element, is that for every element x in S,x * i = x = i * x

The multiplicative inverse property states that if you multiply a number by its reciprocal the total will equal one. A x 1/A = 1

Additive identity: zero. Multiplicative identity: one.

The multiplicative inverse of any non-zero integer, N is 1/N.

The multiplicative property, probably.

blah x 1 = blah this is the multiplicative identity property