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... original question, where it says: Use

**properties**and definitions of operations to show...negative you end up with zero STEP 5 = 2 (identity**property**of addition) - i.e. when you add zero to any number...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 03/02/2013

...version of

**REAL****PROPERTY**DEVELOPMENT HANDBOOK**second**link**Real****Property**Development Planning Procedures for The Army...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 03/04/2013

This is the commutative

**property**of multiplication. The idea is that you can "commute" (= "exchange", in this context) the**two**elements and still get the same result. (In your example, -9 and...4 Answers · Education & Reference · 28/03/2008

... would you need if you just used one stamp on each envelope instead of

**two**? 3(24 + 17) = 3(41) three 41c stamps1 Answers · Education & Reference · 13/03/2008

Between any

**two**distinct**real**numbers, there always exist a**real**number.1 Answers · Education & Reference · 19/07/2012

...of ingredients and what

**properties**it MIGHT possess. You... have these situations in**real**work production systems..., and temperature are**two**regular determinants in isotope...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 03/07/2007

The Associative

**Property**of Multiplication x*(y*z) = (x*y)*z You use this because multiplication is defined for**two**numbers. So x * y * z needs to mean something based...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 30/09/2008

Substution for the first. Division for the

**second**.2 Answers · Education & Reference · 10/11/2007

The commutative

**property**states that the order in which you add or multiply**two****real**numbers does not change the result. 5 + 2 = 2 + 5 Commutative...6 Answers · Education & Reference · 25/06/2009

closure

**property**is when you add or multiply**two****real**numbers, the sum is a**real**number. example 21 + 34 = 55 or...2 Answers · Education & Reference · 20/09/2012