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Give an algebraic example of the Transitive Property.

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  1. KNicksfan4life
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    2x = 10y and 10y = z so 2x=z

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  2. anhhuyalex
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    Well, if 3=2+1 and 3=5-2 then 2+1=5-2. Something similar to that I think. Although my example is a bit lame. :D

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    Ooh I just Ask that too..

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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4fed03eee4b0bbec5cfc879d use this.. This might help you.. He gave mostly the information for me...

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