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Name the algebraic property demonstrated in the example below.
If x = 3 and 3 = y, then x = y.
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doulikepiecauseidont
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Transitive or symmetric property
doulo
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its got be one of does
Directrix
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Transitive Property.
Substitution Property could be argued.
I don't see Symmetric as a viable option.
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transitive p
Directrix
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@doulo What are the options?
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its transitive.
doulikepiecauseidont
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symmetric well one side is equal to another side,
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What are the options then ?
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Symmetric: If a and b are real numbers and a = b, the b = a. That is not what is going on here.
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OOH, thats what that is, so is symmetric the same thing as communative?
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No.
Symmetric is not the same as commutative.
Symmetric flips two quantities about, in this case, the equality symbol.
Symmetric: If a and b are real numbers and a = b, the b = a.
Commutative flips about an operational symbol.
Commutative property of Addition: If a and b are real numbers, then a + b = b + a.
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You learn something everyday
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