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Q: Is 3x0 equal 0 a Commutative Property of Multipliction?

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im pretty sure the zero property

3x0 is eqaul to nothing because anything times o is always o so maybe the equal number is always going to be o

= x²-3x0 =

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first u must divided

Without an equality sign the given terms can't be considered to be an equation.

7-4+3x0+1=7

It's more of an arithmetic expression, however, 2x0 + 3x0 = y would be algebraic.

If that's + 2x2, the answer is x(x + 3)(x - 1) x = 0, -3, 1 If that's - 2x2, the answer is x(x - 3)(x + 1) x = 0, 3, -1

To solve derivatives of monomials, use as the general term:When f(x)=xn, f'(x)[the derivative]=nxn-1Example 1: 2x6 = 2(6)x6-1= 12x5Example 2: 3x = 3(1)x1-1=3x0=3

3x+7=4x-73x=(-)7+4x-4x(-)1x=(-)7________(-)1x=7add (-3x) to each side of equation3x +7 = 4x-3x +3x +7 = 4x -3x0 +7= 1x7=x

double the number of itself , but when it is 1 or 0 , for 1 , you get 1 , for 0 you get 0 . Meaning for example , 1 . 1x1=1 2x1=2 3x1=3 4x1=4 The 2nd example would be , 1x0=0 2x0=0 3x0=0 4x0=0

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