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Q: What is the property for 165 times 0?

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9 × 0 = 0

It is the fact that 0 is the additive identity.

The answer to 165 times 0.4 is 66.

It could be a property of multiplication or of addition. Multiplicative property of 0: Any number times 0 is 0. Ex. 9x0=0 Additive property of 0: Any number plus 0 is the original number. Ex. 9+0=9

That would still be 4. If it were times 0 it would be 0.

it means that Anything times 0 is always 0.

The zero property is also called the "zero product property." The property states that any real number times 0 is always equal to 0.

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

0 * x = 0 for all numbers x.

82.5 x 2 = 165

5 goes into 165 exactly 33 times.

If you multiply and thing times 0 it is ALWAYS ZERO

The property is identity property of addition. This property states that any number plus 0 equals that number. identity property of multiplication states that any number times 1 equals that number.

21 goes into 165 7 times with 18 remaining 165 - 18 = 147 = 21 x 7

Any number times zero is zero. a x 0 = 0

The multiplication property of zero is when you multiply a number with zero like 6 and zero and that would be 0 because you are putting 0 6 times

They are 15 times 11 = 165

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Either a=0 or b=0

No, 45 x 11 = 495 not 165.

165 ÷ 17 = 912/17 ≈ 9.71

33 times

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