It's called the zero property
The zero property because it has a zero.
0 as the additive identity for numbers.
The existence of an additive identity, denoted by 0, which has the property that x + 0 = 0 + x = x for all x belonging to a set of numbers.
83*0 = 0 is the multiplicative property of zero. Incidentally, the identity property of multiplication states that x*1 = x = 1*x for all x in the group. That is a different property though sometimes confused with this one.
Yes it does equal 0. This is proved by commutative property of maths which says that 2 numbers can be multiplied in many ways.
It is called the zero property which says that any number into zero gives zero.
because its zero
Transitive property: If 8 equals x and x equals y, then 8 equals y.
It defines 0 as the identity in the group of numbers with respect to addition.
0 By the multiplication property of 0, any number multiplied by 0 equals 0
the additive inverse property states that a number plus it's opposite equals zero. in other words, x + (-x) = 0 example: 5 + (-5) = 0
2x2-x-15 = 0 When factorised: (2x+5)(x-3) = 0
This is the existence of additive inverse: For every number, x, there exists a number, denoted by (-x), such that x + (-x) = (-x) + x = 0.
The Abelian property or commutative property.
That's the identity property of addition. Anything plus zero equals what you started out with.
Simply put, No.
It equals 0
x - 6x = 0-5x= 0x = 0/-5which equals x = 0