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Name the algebraic property demonstrated in the example below. ab = ab Reflexive Property Transitive Property Symmetric Property Commutative Property of Multiplication

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well which one do you think it is?
Are you confused or do you not understand the properties?
symmetric property ?

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when you look in a mirror, you see yourself so when you look in a mirror, you are seeing your ____
Reflexive Property ? @jim_thompson5910
Well. The symmetric property means that if a=b, then b =a.
yep, reflexive property
There are actually 2 answers for this problem. You have the first one.
for any number, that number is equal to itself x = x
thank you both!! @jim_thompson5910 and @blahblah_who_cares
whoops my bad. I was thinking of another property. It is only reflexive.
so you can think of any number looking into a mirror and it will "see" itself and see it's reflection...which means that any number is equal to itself by the reflexive property

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