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kweenlexis

  • one year ago

can someone please teach me how to do associative property??

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  1. kweenlexis
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    like how to find the answer an no when i is assocative property.

  2. kweenlexis
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    know*

  3. muscrat123
    • one year ago
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    okay i can help

  4. kweenlexis
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    ok thaanks in advance!

  5. muscrat123
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    okay so associative property is when u group the numbers differently, the same numbers, and the answer is the same no matter what

  6. kweenlexis
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    ok so answer is the same got it!

  7. muscrat123
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    so a(bc) equals (ab)c

  8. kweenlexis
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    can you please use numbers.

  9. muscrat123
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    okay sure

  10. kweenlexis
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    thanks

  11. muscrat123
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    3(4*5) equals (3*4)5

  12. kweenlexis
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    i have a question for probllems that say 9(8+7) for example

  13. kweenlexis
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    problems

  14. muscrat123
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    ok what is the question?

  15. muscrat123
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    like what does it say

  16. muscrat123
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    and btw what grade is this?

  17. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    what are u suppose to do when the problem says 9(4+2) like what you do after you get 4+2=6 then you got 9n6 r u going to add subtract divide multipuly??

  18. kweenlexis
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    n im in 7th

  19. muscrat123
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    what does the n in "9n6" mean? and u would multiply. this isnt associative property tho

  20. kweenlexis
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    and

  21. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    i know but i just need help on that and no body could explain it to me :) sorry

  22. muscrat123
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    oh okay when u have a # right next to ()s, then it means to multiply after u simplify/solve what is in the ()s

  23. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    ty back to associative property!

  24. muscrat123
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    okay

  25. muscrat123
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    what do u not understand ?

  26. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    like how to slove them and like if they was to give me a associative property and be like which property s this i like wouldnt do cause i truly know my properties very little cause i missed my class so i wasn't taught but i had to take the test and i made a 100% because i ask for help on here.

  27. muscrat123
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    okay so associative is when u group the #s differently but no matter where you put the ()s, it will always equal the same thing

  28. kweenlexis
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    ok i got it ALWAYS THE SAME

  29. muscrat123
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    yep :)

  30. kweenlexis
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    ok so can you give me a example problem and work it out for me then give me one to work out?

  31. kweenlexis
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    @muscrat123

  32. muscrat123
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    of what?

  33. muscrat123
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    associative property?

  34. kweenlexis
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    yeah

  35. muscrat123
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    kay

  36. muscrat123
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    3(4*5) = (3*4) 5

  37. muscrat123
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    so either way u solve, youll get the same answer u can even do (3*5)4

  38. kweenlexis
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    hold on so the answer would be let me try it out first

  39. muscrat123
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    m'kay

  40. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    would the answer be 60??

  41. muscrat123
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    yes and hang on

  42. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    ok

  43. muscrat123
    • one year ago
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    |dw:1444168412553:dw|

  44. kweenlexis
    • one year ago
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    i see you used the tree

  45. muscrat123
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    |dw:1444168469313:dw|

  46. muscrat123
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    idk what happened to the other one hang on

  47. kweenlexis
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    ok

  48. muscrat123
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  49. kweenlexis
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    ight i see

  50. muscrat123
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    srry its rlly messy

  51. muscrat123
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    if u want me to do another one w diiferent numbers i can

  52. kweenlexis
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  53. kweenlexis
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    is tht like right?

  54. muscrat123
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    that is not associative property. it only works if the equation has a sign in between the 5 and the 2

  55. kweenlexis
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    ok i just saw it when i tried to check it lol

  56. muscrat123
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    like this|dw:1444168680183:dw|

  57. kweenlexis
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    |dw:1444168699670:dw|

  58. kweenlexis
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  59. muscrat123
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    no

  60. kweenlexis
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    uhhh

  61. muscrat123
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    if there is addition in the ()s, then in front of the ()S has to be #+()

  62. muscrat123
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    or u r not using associative property

  63. kweenlexis
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    ok

  64. kweenlexis
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    |dw:1444168838177:dw|

  65. kweenlexis
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    that?

  66. muscrat123
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    no|dw:1444168873877:dw|

  67. kweenlexis
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    oh ok

  68. muscrat123
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    |dw:1444169164455:dw|

  69. muscrat123
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  71. kweenlexis
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