The distributive property states that a + b = b + a.
True or False
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False thats commutative
Do you know what the distributive property is?
Distributive is when you have an equation like this 4(5+6)
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Because you "distribute" the 4 with the five and with the six and then add them together e.g. 4(5) +4(6)
So...Im confused.. :/
Well the a + b = b + a is the commutative property where no matter the order, things will always equal the same thing if it's addition or multiplication
I actually just did this yesterday for my SAT practice exam
The question is just asking if it uses the distributive property. Here is a little chart of properties http://www.regentsprep.org/regents/math/algebra/AN1/properties.htm which one fits the example in the question?
Did you look at the chart I linked?
I can't open it cause of the schools firewall that blocks certain things on the internet