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Q: What property is 7 times 1 considered?

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The property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

identity. one is the identity multiplier

Commutativity (or Abelian) property of multiplication.

Commutative property.

Mainly the commutative property. But the fact that 30*8*7 is unambiguous and you do not need to write (30*8)*7 or 30*(8*7) is due to the associative property.

This is an example of the commutative property of multiplication.

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The answer is 1. 1 times 7 equals 7. 1 X 7 = 7

No.

This is an example of the Commutative Property of Multiplication. Simply put, this means you can change the order, and the result in the same answer. {a times b= b times a}And any number multiplied by 1 is the number itself. This is the Identity Property of Multiplication.But if you put it into words it would be "1 group of 7" and the other would be "7 groups of 1"Again, they result in the same answer of 7. In both "seven groups of one" and "one group of seven" you have seven items, granted one is split up into groups of 1 item, you still have seven.

The identity property of multiplication is illustrated.

n = 1/7

What is 7 times 1/2

7.

7 x 420 = (7 x 400) + (7 x 20)

7 x 420 = (7 x 400) + (7 x 20)

7 times

1/7 th times

7 times 8 is 56 then you multiply 56 times 1=56

The distributive property refers to a property of TWO binary operations - usually of multiplication and addition - not just one operation. Consequently, 7*420 does not have a distributive property.

4 times with 1 remaining 7 + 7 + 7 + 7 + 1 = 29

zero proprtey

It is: 1*7 = 7

No.. if you write 7/2 as -7/2, then that's additive inverse property.

7 x 1