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    its the transitive property of equality. Basically if a = b and b = c, then a = c

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    The transitive property is a fundamental mathematical axiom that states that if two variables or mathematical expresssions are equal to the same constant or variable, then the first two must be equal. In simple words: \(a=z\) and \(b=z\) then \(a=b\). or a more real-world example: if 100g of rice is 0.5$ on the store, and 1kg of flour is 0.5$ on another store, you would conclude that in regards of the market, 100g of rice is worth the same as 1kg of flour. That's pretty much it, no magic involved.

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