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Q: Which property is illustrated by this equation?

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Boyle's law states this fact.

because its zero

The property is: If equals are subtracted from equals, the results are equal.

Transitive

The addition property of equality states that if you add the same number to both sides of an equation, then the sides remain even. This means that the equation remains to be true.

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The Commutative Property is illustrated by this equation: a * b = b * a.

The identity property of multiplication is illustrated.

There is no particular property illustrated by the equation shown.

It is the Zero Property of Addition.

The property of reciprocals as multiplicative inverses.

There is no equation, let alone a pair of them!

The property of colour, perhaps!

Invisibility, I would guess.

Reflection.

reflexive

Which property is illustrated in this problem? (associative, distributive, identity, or commutative) 7d + 3 = 3 + 7d

It is the commutative property of multiplication of numbers.

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