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Algebra - Commutative Property of Addition

by Tecia
(Toledo,Ohio USA)











































Show how the Commutative Property of Addition applies to the following expression:

13 + 13x

Assume x is a real number.

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Mar 29, 2011
Commutative Property of Addition
by: Staff


The question:

by Tecia
(Toledo, Ohio USA)

distributive law 13+13x =13x+13 right?



The answer:

Your equation is an example of the

Commutative Property of Addition

This property states you can add two real numbers in any order WITHOUT CHANGING THE RESULTS: 1 + 2 = 2 + 1

That is what your equation illustrates: 13 + 13x = 13x + 13





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