wilder.monday
  • wilder.monday
check my answers? It's been a while since I've done this. 1.6*(2*3) = 6*(3*2) multiplicative identity property 2. 7*(11*8) = (11*8)*7 commutative property of multiplication 3. 2(-8+6) = -16 + 12 distributive property 4. 11*(7+4) = 11*7 + 11*4 distributive property 5. -8(3+11) = -24 + (-88) I don't know this one
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campbell_st
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5 is the same as 3... and they make sense to me here is a link that may help

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wilder.monday
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thank you so much :)
campbell_st
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I think 1 is incorrect http://www.aaamath.com/pro74b-propertiesmult.html
campbell_st
  • campbell_st
it may be commutative
wilder.monday
  • wilder.monday
I was going to say that. thank you for all your help!

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