Properties of Operations for 1-VTI Unit 1 Pt C L3b

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Properties of Operations for 1-VTI Unit 1 Pt C L3b
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2015-04-08 18:53:59
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Properties of Operations for 1
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  1. Identity Property of Multiplication
    • "Any number x 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for multiplication)
  2. Identity Property of Division
    • "Any number divided by 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for division)
  3. Multiplicative Inverse Property
    • "Any number x its multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) is 1"
    • (1 is the inverse element for multiplication)
  4. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Identity Property of Multiplication
    • "Any number x 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for multiplication)
  5. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Identity Property of Multiplication
    • "Any number x 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for multiplication)
  6. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Identity Property of Division
    • "Any number divided by 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for division)
  7. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Identity Property of Division
    • "Any number divided by 1 is the same number"
    • (1 is the identity element for division)
  8. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Multiplicative Inverse Property
    • "Any number x its multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) is 1"
    • (1 is the inverse element for multiplication)
  9. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Multiplicative Inverse Property
    • "Any number x its multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) is 1"
    • (1 is the inverse element for multiplication)
  10. Which Property of "1" does this example represent?

    • Multiplicative Inverse Property
    • "Any number x its multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) is 1"
    • (1 is the inverse element for multiplication)

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