Q: If you know that AB plus B equals C what is the conclusion?

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No. A times B = AB

associative property

An exothermic chemical reaction.

If you do not assume that "plus" is commutative, all that can be said that it is equal to A plus B.

a= 2, b = 3 (or vice-versa)

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You could conclude that B lies between A and C.

Ab = 25 CD

yes because ab plus bc is ac

2ab

Commutativity.

The existence of the additive inverse (of ab).

No. A times B = AB

associative property

the midpoint of AB.

ab=1a+1b a is equal to either 0 or two, and b is equal to a

If, as is normal, ab represents a times b, etc then ab + ab + cc = 2ab + c2 which is generally not the same as abc.

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