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Q: What is the property of 1 times 87 equals 87?

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It is the fact that 1 is the multiplicative identity.

What times what equals 87?Here we looked at all the ways we could answer the following question: "What times what equals 87?"To do this, we calculated all possible solutions to this problem:what x what = 87Note that "what" and "what" in the above problem could be the same number or different numbers.Below is a list of all the different ways that what times what equals 87.1 times 87 equals 873 times 29 equals 8729 times 3 equals 8787 times 1 equals 87

The property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

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identity property of mutipication or addition

Identity Property

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

The property that 1 is the multiplicative identity for numbers.

1 x 87, 3 x 29 = 87

1 is the multiplicative identity.

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 reciprocal property of multiplication says that (a/b) times (b/a) equals 1.

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yes it is because the identity property of multiplication states that a number (x) times another number(y) is equal to 1. So 1/2 times 2/1 equals 1

identity. one is the identity multiplier

145 x 3 1 x 435 5 x 87

1 times 174 = 174 2 times 87 = 174 3 times 58 = 1746 times 29 = 174

Yes it is the identity property of multiplication which means anything times 1 equals itself.

zero property

1 cm equals 10 mm and 87 cm equals 870 mm.By far 87 cm is longer than 1 mm.

The property of reciprocals as multiplicative inverses.

1 is the identity under multiplication (for integers, rationals, reals, complex number etc).

indentity property

43 times with 1 remaing or 43.5 times

-1 to the power of four equals -1 times -1 times -1 times -1. -1 times -1 equals 1 (since a negative times a negative equals a positive). (1 to the power of 2) 1 times -1 equals -1 (since a negative times a positive equals a negative). (1 to the power of 3) -1 times -1 equals 1. (1 to the power of 4)