Study guides

Q: What is the property for xy equals 1 xy?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

It cannot be a property since it is not generally true!

xy = x ÷x y = 1

If Y = 0 then there is no value of X such that XY = 1.

"xy" refers to the product of "x" and "y". Just substitute the variables for numbers, and do the multiplication.

It equals y+1

-1/8 -8*-1/8 = 1

So far you know that: x=-8 xy=1 so xy means x times y. If you split xy. y=1/x or y=1/-8 1/-8= -0.125 You can find out that this is correct with the formula xy=1 because -0.125 x -8 is 1.

x+xy=8 xy=-x+8 y=-1+8/x

mid point of xy

zero property

Equations: 3x-5y = 16 and xy = 7 Solutions: (7, 1) and (-5/3, -21/5)

xy + y = z xy = z - y (xy)/y = (z - y)/y x = (z - y)/y

indentity property

The Commutative property.

This gives us the equations: n = xy = yx x != y (Note that for this example, the != stands for not equal to similar to some programming languages.) xy always equals yx due to the communtative property of multiplication. So there are actually an infinite number of answers. Some are given below: 6 = (2)(3) = (3)(2), 2 != 3 12 = (3)(4) = (4)(3), 3 != 4

You mean -1 = xy , right? If we think of y against x, then it's like y = -1/x .... It's not linear. But if we consider y against 1/x , it's linear....

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.

The multiplicative property of 1.

The property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

22*1 = 22 is the property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

If 3x -5y = 16 and xy = 7 then by combining both equations into a single quadratic equation and solving it then the points of intersection are at (-5/3, -21/5) and (7, 1)

18

(1 - x4y4) = (1 + x2y2)*(1 - x2y2) = (1 + x2y2)*(1 + xy)*(1 - xy)

It is the property that 1 is the identity element under multiplication.

Commutative Property