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mouth4war

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Match the example to the property in the correct order given: 1) a congruent to a, 2) If a = b, then ac = bc, 3) If a = b and b=c, then a = c, 4) if a = b, then b can be substituted for a in any expression.

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    A) 1) multiplication property of equality, 2) substitution, 3) reflexive property of congruence, 4) transitive property of equality B) 1) transitive property of equality, 2) multiplication property of equality, 3) reflexive property of congruence, 4) substitution C) 1) reflexive property of congruence, 2) substitution, 3) multiplication property of equality, 4) transitive property of equality Eliminate D) 1) reflexive property of congruence, 2) multiplication property of equality, 3) transitive property of equality, 4) substitution

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