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2(a + b) = 2a + 2b is an example of which algebraic property? Distributive Property Associative Property of Addition Commutative Property of Addition Symmetric Property

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Distributive Property =]
im pretty sure symmetric property is equally as random as that

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It is an example of the Distributive Property because 2 gets distributed into both a and b

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