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Associative Property, "When two numbers are multiplied together, the product is the same regardless of the order of the multiplicands" i.e \(\ 2\times4=4\times2 .\)
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dw:1351661030304:dw
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Wait! That would be the transitive property of congruency!
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I didn't know that was a congruent sign.
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Okay! thank you and yeah sorry wasnt sure how to do that ha
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So basically, if A is congruent to B, and B is congruent to C, then A is also congruent to C. Does that make sense?
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ehh im not to good at these...I can seem to understand it
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