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Q: 1x8 equals 8 is an example of what property?

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Transitive property: If 8 equals x and x equals y, then 8 equals y.

Commutative Proerty of addition A + 8 = 8 + A

3+8 = 8+3 is NOT an associative property but a commutative property. Associative property shows change of grouping while commutative property shows change of order.

An example of the identity property is: 8 x 1 = 8. Any number that is multiplied by a number to product itself is known as identity property.

Will you show an example problem? 5+2=8-1

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If 1 multiplied by X equals 8, then X equals 8.

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1 x 8 + 3 = 8 + 3 = 11.

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This is an example of the commutative property of multiplication.

When you can reverse the values in an equation and the answer is the same, this is referred to as commutivity. In this example, this is the commutative property of addition.

Transitive property: If 8 equals x and x equals y, then 8 equals y.

It is the property that equals plus equals are equals.

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.

4x2 =8 1x8 =8 1x9=9

The factors of 8 are 4x2 and 1x8

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