# Properties of Operations for 0-VTI Unit 1 Pt C L3a

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 Author: bye975 ID: 298616 Filename: Properties of Operations for 0-VTI Unit 1 Pt C L3a Updated: 2015-04-08 18:38:16 Tags: Properties Operations PT Folders: Math Description: Properties of Operations - For 0 Show Answers:

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• "Any number + 0 is the same number"
• (0 is the identity element for addition)
2. Identity Property of Subtraction
• "Any number - 0 is the same number"
• (0 is the identity element for subtraction)
3. Multiplication Property of 0
"Any number x 0 is 0"
4. Division by 0
"Division by 0 is meaningless and not allowed"
• "Any number + its additive inverse (opposite) is 0"
• (0 is the identity element for subtraction)
6. Which Property of "0" does this example represent?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

3 + (-3) = 0