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Commutative Property of Multiplication.

The Commutative Property of Multiplication says that the order that you multiply two numbers does not matter, you'll get the same answer either way (e.g., 7x1 = 7 and 1 x 7 = 7).

The Commutative Property of Addition says that the order that you add two numbers does not matter, you'll get the same answer either way (e.g., 7 + 1 = 8 and 1 + 7 = 8).

There is NOT a Commutative Property for subtraction, since the order that you subtract two numbers makes a difference (e.g., 7 - 3 = 4, but 3 - 7 = -4...they are not the same!).

Likewise, there is NOT a Commutative Property for division, since the order that you divide two numbers makes a difference (e.g., 12/3 = 4, but 3/12 = 0.25...they are not the same!).

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Q: What property is 7x1 equals 7 or 1x7 equals 7?

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7*1=1

The property of 1 as the multiplicative identity.

7 or 0?i think its something like that.

1. 1x3=3 1x7=7

Identify the property illustrated 7 + 9 = 9 =7

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its 7

No, a prime number is a number where it can only fit into itself and 1.For example:7 7x1=7 1x7=7 7. No 9 isn't a prime number because 3x3=9 No 27 isn't a prime number because 9x3=27.

7*1=1

I’m pretty sure the only one is 1x7=42 but if not then sos

13. that's all there is to it. 7(1)+6 7+6 =13 7x1=7 7+6=13 so 13 is your answer :D

5x3=4 2x8=2 6x3=3 1x7=7/40

you simply just find the factors of 7 by writing down 7 on a piece of paper and see what times what equals 7.7 is just a odd number, so only 1x7=7.

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when 1 is time by any thing it equals that #. so 1x1=1 1x2=2 1x3=3 1x4=4 1x5=5 1x6=6 1x7=7 1x8=8 1x9=9 1x10=10

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