The answer is the commutative property of addition.
no if 1 plus 1 equals 2 then 2 plus 2 equals 4.
The commutative property
the commutative property of addition
Commutative property of addition.
2 plus 8 equals 8 plus 2 demonstrates the commutative property of addition
This is the commutative property of addition.
This is an example of the "commutative" property.
1 plus 1 equals one fact
There is no specific property to the equation.
1 plus 1 equals 1 (in Boolean logic) 1 plus 1 equals 10 (in base 2)
The Commutative Property
commutative of addition.
No.. if you write 7/2 as -7/2, then that's additive inverse property.
Associativity and commutativity.
Its commutative property of addition
This appears to be a number trick or joke. The answer is that 1 hour, plus 1 minute, plus 59 minutes, will equal 2 hours.
Addition is commutative.
If you just switch the numbers around (in either multiplication or addition) it is the commutative property.