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  • 3 years ago

Name the property of equality that justifies:

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  1. dasDaName
    • 3 years ago
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    |dw:1342384500069:dw|

  2. Grazes
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    Is that a less than sign?

  3. dasDaName
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    no. |dw:1342389003817:dw| its that

  4. Grazes
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    Measure of angle?

  5. Grazes
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    Reflexive property.

  6. dasDaName
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    thanks.

  7. dasDaName
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    If |dw:1342389574498:dw| then |dw:1342389684251:dw| what about this one?

  8. dasDaName
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    Name the property of equality that justifies: If , then A. Addition Property of Equality B. Subtraction Property of Equality C. Multiplication Property of Equality D. Division Property of Equality

  9. Grazes
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    C

  10. Grazes
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    Post the question as a new question, please.

  11. dasDaName
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    k, thanks

  12. Grazes
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    np

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