Q: Is 1 x 7 equals 7 an associative property?

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( 2 + 7 ) + 10 = ( 7 + 10 ) + 2 ( 3 * 9 ) * 4 = 3 * ( 9 * 4 ) The associative property means you can move the terms of the expression around without changing the value. Multiplication and addition are both associative.

The general example is given as "a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c"; a numeral example might be "7 + (3 + 14) = (7 + 3) + 14".

Zero is the identity under addition.

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(a + b) + c = a + (b + c) the parenthesis means you are supposed to add a and b first on the left, but the property tells you it is ok to regroup and add b and c first... you will get the same answer ( 3 + 6) + 7 gives the same answer as 3 + (6 + 7)

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No, it is the commutative (or Abelian) property. The associative property says that (6 + 7) + 8 = 6 + (7 + 8) and so either can be written as 6 + 7 + 8

6 plus 7 plus 8 equals 6 plus 8 plus 7, what property is that?That is the associative 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.

no the equation is not correct, the only way it would be correct is if x=7 which would be a commutative property

7-4-3 3+4-7 doesnt look familiar but im gonna guess the associative

The property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

The Associative Property is when you switch the parenthesis and your results should be the same results (if you didn't you did something wrong). The Associative Property only works for Addition and Multiplication ........NOT DIVISION OR SUBTRACTION!!! Ex: 7+(10+13) 7+23 30 (7+10)+13 17+13 30

n = 1/7

( 2 + 7 ) + 10 = ( 7 + 10 ) + 2 ( 3 * 9 ) * 4 = 3 * ( 9 * 4 ) The associative property means you can move the terms of the expression around without changing the value. Multiplication and addition are both associative.

The identity property of multiplication is illustrated.

No. If your trying to find n, then you subtract four from each side. n = 10 That would be subtraction property of equality.

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