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Q: What property is 6 times 0 equals 0?

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6+(-6)=0 6=6 Identity property.

identity property of addition

Additive Identity Property

6 * 0 * 5 = 0

The Abelian property or commutativity.

zero property

Commutative Property of Multiplication

Yes.

This demonstrates the commutative property of multiplication.

No it is not a zero property because it doesn't use a zero. It is an example of the commutative property of multiplication.

It equals 7/6.

It illustrates the place-value property of numbers. 6 times 4 = 2*10^1 + 4*10^0 or 2 lots of tens plus 4 units.

6 , times negative six equals one

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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

6 times 6 equals 36

If the numbers in an arithmetic problem can be rearranged to make the same result, then this is called the "commutative property" - in this case, as a multiplication sum, the commutative property of multiplication.

15 times 6 = 90

Commutative property

6 times 8 equals 48

6 times 19 equals 114

41 times 6 equals 246

No because in this equation x = -6 -6--6 = 0

Zero times any number will always equal zero. Therefor, 6x0=0.

Commutative property of addition.