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creeperhug1441 Group Title

can someone please tell me how to use properties [in math] please just describe it [no numbers]

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  1. niduj1234 Group Title
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    what kind of properties

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  2. creeperhug1441 Group Title
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    like simplifying equations

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  3. niduj1234 Group Title
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    ok give me an equation and ill try to simplify it

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    but i need like [how to put this] just words not lsomething like "6 (4+2) =" or whatever

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    so i can describe it in detail

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  6. niduj1234 Group Title
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    ok lets first talk about the distributive property

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    in an equation when it has 4(5x+3) you hav to multiply the two numbers including the x

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    sooo........ 4*5x=(20x and 4*3=12 so the answer is 20x+12

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    but how to describe that in detail [of like words xD no numbers}

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    oh ok ill try

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    what kind of property u want me to explain

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  12. creeperhug1441 Group Title
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    Just how to use any property

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  13. niduj1234 Group Title
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    ok ill explain the commutative property of addition bc its one of the easiest

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    ok

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    the commutative property of addition is very simple <----- dont write tht down tho :) ok First of all think of any two numbers ok ..................... now add them together once you got your answer add them again but this time switch the numbers this basically is the commutative property which is any number added to another number equals the same number and order doesnt count that was hard with no numbers lol

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    so 5+6 equals 11 and 6+5 =11 (lol soory had to include numbers so u would understand)

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    lol its k

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