Properties of Operations for 0VTI Unit 1 Pt C L3a
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Identity Property of Addition
 "Any number + 0 is the same number"
 (0 is the identity element for addition)

Identity Property of Subtraction
 "Any number  0 is the same number"
 (0 is the identity element for subtraction)

Multiplication Property of 0
"Any number x 0 is 0"

Division by 0
"Division by 0 is meaningless and not allowed"

Additive Inverse Property
 "Any number + its additive inverse (opposite) is 0"
 (0 is the identity element for subtraction)

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
4 + 0 = 4
 Identity Property of Addition for 0
 "Any number + 0 is the same number"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
32 + 0 = 32
 Identity Property of Addition for 0
 "Any number + 0 is the same number"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
7  0 = 7
 Identity Property of Subtraction for 0
 "Any number  0 is the same number"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
978  0 = 978
 Identity Property of Subtraction for 0
 "Any number  0 is the same number"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
 Multiplication Property of 0
 "Any number x 0 is 0"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
 Multiplication Property of 0
 "Any number x 0 is 0"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
 Division by 0
 "Division by 0 is meaningless and not allowed"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
 Division by 0
 "Division by 0 is meaningless and not allowed"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
 Division by 0
 "Division by 0 is meaningless and not allowed"

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
3 + (3) = 0
 Additive Inverse Property
 "Any number + its additive inverse (opposite) is 0"
 (0 is the identity element for subtraction)

Which Property of "0" does this example represent?
65 + (65) = 0
 Additive Inverse Property
 "Any number + its additive inverse (opposite) is 0"
 (0 is the identity element for subtraction)