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Q: Which property is illustrated in this problem 4 plus (6 plus 2) (4 plus 6) plus 2?

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8+2*2 = 8+4 = 12while8*2 + 2*2 = 16+4 = 20So the property illustrated by the equation, as given in the question, is that of a FALSE statement.However,(8+2)*2 = 8*2 + 2*2 is the distributive property of multiplication over addition.

The equality 6+3+2 = 6+2+3 is an example of the commutative property of addition. When using only addition, the order of the values does not change their sum. Since b+c = c+b then a+(b+c) = a+(c+b)

the commutative property of addition

2 plus 8 equals 8 plus 2 demonstrates the commutative property of addition

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The property of "we have no idea what you're talking about". Do you people bother to proofread these questions, or do you just paste them in and expect us to be psychic? Okay. Activating my powers.... my psychic prediction is that the property that's illustrated is that division (or possibly subtraction, though I think that's less likely) is not associative.

There is no property illustrated by the expression.

8+2*2 = 8+4 = 12while8*2 + 2*2 = 16+4 = 20So the property illustrated by the equation, as given in the question, is that of a FALSE statement.However,(8+2)*2 = 8*2 + 2*2 is the distributive property of multiplication over addition.

The commutative property

The equality 6+3+2 = 6+2+3 is an example of the commutative property of addition. When using only addition, the order of the values does not change their sum. Since b+c = c+b then a+(b+c) = a+(c+b)

Commutative property of addition.

commutative property

the commutative property of addition

2 plus 8 equals 8 plus 2 demonstrates the commutative property of addition

This is an example of the "commutative" property.

This is the commutative property of addition.