Q: Which property of equality would you use to solve the equation 14x56?

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The multiplication property of equality is, as the name suggests, a property. It does not require solving!

Without an equality sign the information given does not qualify it to be an equation

property of divisiion

It depends on the equation that is being solved.

You often need the additive property of equality. It says if a=b then a+c=b+c.This alone may be enough to solve many equations. Sometimes you need to multiply or divide both sides. This is the multiplicative property of equality.

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The multiplicative property of equality. Multiply each side by -1/3.

Without an equality sign it is not an equation

If you mean: 14x = 35 then the value of x is 2.5

it is not an equation (there no equality in it!)

The multiplication property of equality is, as the name suggests, a property. It does not require solving!

Because you need to use inverse operations and the opposite of multiplication is division.

division property of equality or multiplication property, if you multiply by the reciprocal

Without an equality sign the information given does not qualify it to be an equation

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property of divisiion

It depends on the equation that is being solved.