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The distributive property is: a ( b + c) = ab + ac so you need a sum.

Remember that 44 is 40 + 4, that is your sum.

so... 9 x 44 = 9 (40 + 4) = (9 x 40) + (9 x 4)

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Q: What is 9 times 44 distributive property?

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