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  1. anonymous
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    Which is an example of the commutative property? A. –(12 + 7) = –12 + (–7) B. 11 + (–3 + 8) = (11 + –3) + 8 C. 21 + (–21) = 0 D. 13 + (–19) = –19 + 13

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    communicative property: chaning the order does not affect the answer For example: 3 + 5 = 5 + 3 2 x 8 = 8 x 2

  3. anonymous
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    It would be D

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    thanks know that really makes sence

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    have another

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    What is the value of the expression –7 – 5 + 4? A. –16 B. –6 C. –12 D. –8

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    D

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    sorry ihave more

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    ok ill try to answer them

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    To the best of my ability

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    Which number line shows the graph of –7? A. Addition and Subtraction, Part 1 B. Addition and Subtraction, Part 1 C. Addition and Subtraction, Part 1 D. Addition and Subtraction, Part 1

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    um i cant see anything sent the link

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