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Look at the equations. If 3a + 2(b − 2c) = p then p = 3a + 2(b − 2c)

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    Which property is used to write the equations? associative property of addition distributive property of equality symmetric property of equality commutative property of addition

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    i think its the symmetric property of equality.

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    symmetric property of equality

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    how so ?

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    the symmetric property of equality is a=b=> b=a.

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  6. sOcCeR_fReAk7007
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    The equation is the same even if the parts of the equation are switched.

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    ok i gt u thanks

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