Commutative Property

Associative Property

Distributive Property

Identity Property

Name that property

100

5x3=3x ?

5

100

Is this an example of the associative property? (8 + 9) + 4 = 8 + (9 + 4)

Yes, the numbers are the same on both sides and the parentheses moved

100

True or false: 3(4+b)=12+3b

True

100

13x1=13 is which Identity Property?

Identity property of multiplicatoin

100

(3+2)+7=3+(2+7)

Associative Property of Addition

200

True or False: If you know 4x6, you know 6x4.

True

200

(4+5)+9= 4 +(a+9) a=?

5

200

5(b+7)=5b+?

35

200

Give and example of the Identity property of addition.

A+0=A

200

19 + 0 = 19

Identity Property of Addition

300

4+6=6+4 is which commutative property

Commutative Property of Addition

300

Is this the associative property? 3+(2+1)=3+(1+2)

No, this is the commutative property

300

Explain the Distributive Property

Multiply the outside term times each of the inside terms.

300

Is 5x0=0 the identity property?

No, it is the zero property.

300

24 - 12y = 12(2 - y)

Distributive property

400

Give an example of the Commutative Property of Multiplication.

ab=ba, 2 x 3 = 3 x 2,

*Any problem that has the order switched is appropriate.*

400

9+3+7 What should you add first to make the problem easier?

9+(3+7)=10+9=19 😀

400

Give an example of the distributive property.

3(2+5)=6+15

400

How do the identity property of addition differ from the identity property of multiplication?

For addition you add 0; for multiplication you times 1.

400

(8x2)x6=6x(8x2)

Commutative Property of Multiplication

500

Jones goes to the store to get a 16x20 filter. The store clerk gives him a 20x16 filter. Why is this the correct filter?

You can change the order of the factors by flipping the filter 90°.

500

Explain why the movement of the parentheses does not change the answer on the right and left side of the equal sign.

The parentheses group numbers together, which means that these numbers are added first. The order in which all of the numbers are added together does not matter, because you still get the same total.

500

Distribute: 3(b+10)

3b+30

500

Define the Identity property.

Any number times 1 or plus 0 is that number; it stays the same.

500

2(3 + 6) = (2*3) + (2 * 6)

Distributive Property

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