jlamphere
use the associative property of multiplication to write an equivalent expression
(cd)e



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jlamphere
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nice thanks

anjali_pant
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associative:
(ab)c=a(bc)
so for this,
(cd)e=c(de)

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thanks again

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anytym ! :)

annas
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(cd)e=c(de) anjali is right

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thank you

FoolForMath
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Anjali is always right! ECO(H + DU :D

annas
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dont mention its wht i do!