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will medal and fan What property is shown by the equation? Column A 1. –24 • 0 = 0 2. 1/16x(16)=1 3. –18 • (–1) = 18 4. 5 ÷ (–1) = –5 Column B A. Reciprocal Property of Multiplication B. Identity Property of Division C. Negative One Property of Multiplication D. Zero Property of Multiplication E. Negative One Property of Division
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anonymous
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Okay, so let's solve the first one together. What do you think the first one is based on its context?
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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What property states that any number multiplied by 0 is always 0?
anonymous
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d
anonymous
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So which number does that go along with?
anonymous
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1
anonymous
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Correct. Now number two says that 1/16 x 16/1 = 1. Which letter would that be?
anonymous
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1d 2? 3? 4?
anonymous
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c
anonymous
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I would have to disagree with ya' on that one. Which property states that the opposite of a number multiplied by itself is 1?
anonymous
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e
anonymous
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We're not really dividing here, and it doesn't have a -1 in it. Which other one could it be?
anonymous
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b
anonymous
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Okay, it would be letter A and here's why: Reciprocal means that the opposite of a number multiplied by itself if 1. I'll show you the example: \[\frac{ 1 }{ 16 } * \frac{ 16 }{ 1 } = \frac{ 16 }{ 16 } = 1\]
anonymous
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ok 1d 2a
anonymous
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3? 4?
anonymous
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Before I go further, are you understanding this or just looking for the answers?
anonymous
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im understanding it i alreday had the frist one correct
anonymous
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Okay, so number 3 would be the one that multiplied by -1 is either a double negative or the opposite of the number. Which property is that one?
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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right?
anonymous
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You're already stated that a is an answer. Which property states something about "-1"? Key word: -1
anonymous
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You've*
anonymous
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you can use it more then one time
anonymous
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Even if you can, that's not the correct answer. Which property states about multiplying with negative one?
anonymous
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oh d
anonymous
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That states that any number multiplied by 0 = 0. 18 * (-1) = -18 Which property states about multiplying negative numbers?
anonymous
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ok?
anonymous
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e
anonymous
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You're almost there, but that's division. We're doing multiplication.
anonymous
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dang it
anonymous
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Which one states about multiplying negative numbers?
anonymous
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C!!!!!!
anonymous
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Correct! Now I've noticed that number 4 is left out. What does number 4 state?
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5 ÷ (–1) = –5 e

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