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Q: What is the distributive property of 56 and 64?

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56 64 are two positive integers. They do not illustrate the distributive property.

2x2 2x8 4x16= 64

12*56 Use the distributive property on 12: (10+2)*56 = 10*56 + 2*56 Use the distributive property on 56 twice: 10*(50+6) + 2*(50+6) = 10*50 + 10*6 + 2*50 + 2*6 = 500 + 60 + 100 + 12 = 672

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8x18=80+64

8(3 + 8)

The GCF of 24 and 64 is 8. You use the distributive property to show another way to write the sum. 8(3 + 8)

8*37 = 8*(30+7) = 8*30 + 8*7 [that is using the distributive property] = 240 + 56 = 296

The distributive requires three numbers (or elements) and two different mathematical operations. Two numbers are not enough to illustrate it.

The distributive property is a characteristic that two mathematical operators may have. Numbers do not have a distributive property.

Numbers do not have a distributive property. The distributive property is an attribute of one arithmetical operation over another. The main example is the distributive property of multiplication over addition.

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