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  1. anonymous
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    Equality? Any more background to where the question came from? Otherwise something along the lines of equality or different ways of saying the same thing.

  2. chaise
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    They're all identity properties. If the answer equals 1 in mutliplication, you have an identity element, if the answer equals to 0 in addition you have an identity element. Addition: a+e = 0 Multiplication: a x e = 1

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    I hope this helped.

  4. radar
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    22. Additive inverse property 24. Associative property of addition 26. Multiplication inverse property.

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