anonymous
  • anonymous
Help Please? What is the correct reason for statement 2 in the proof? Identity Property of Addition Inverse Property of Addition Addition Property of Equality Multiplication Property of Equality
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@Nnesha

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anonymous
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NobodysSalvation
  • NobodysSalvation
Well, you can automatically rule out D because the problem isn't multiplication. The properties of equality literally says that if a=b then a+c=b+c
anonymous
  • anonymous
Right, I figured that. What I came up with was the answer being C. Is that correct?
NobodysSalvation
  • NobodysSalvation
Yes it is
anonymous
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Okay, Thank you lots :D

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