anonymous
  • anonymous
Match each example with the property it illustrates. The properties are: multiplicative property of zero, additive inverse, multiplicative inverse, additive identity, or multiplicative identity. a. 8*1=8 b. 4*(1/4)=1 c. 3+0=3 d. 5+(-5)=0 e. 10*0=0
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Jim766
  • Jim766
ok some of these you can guess mult prop of zero which letter?
Jim766
  • Jim766
its the only one where you multiply by zero...
Jim766
  • Jim766
identity means the same multiplicative identity which one has you multiply by something and it stays the same

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Jim766
  • Jim766
identity means the same additive identity which one has you add something and the number stays the same?
Jim766
  • Jim766
additive inverse which one show you adding the inverse (the opposite sign)
Jim766
  • Jim766
multiplicative inverse which one shows you mult by the reciprocal of a number (flip the fraction)
texaschic101
  • texaschic101
@Jim766 ...pretty much just gave you the answers....good explaining Jim :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you Jim!!!
Jim766
  • Jim766
yw

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