enSCAlgebra 1 properties practice13
additive identity : The sum of any number and zero is that number.
additive inverse : The sum of any number and its opposite is zero.
commutative property of addition : The order in which number are added does not change their sum.
communicative property of multiplication : The order in which number are multiplied does not change their product.
associative property of addition : The way number are grouped does not change the sum.
associative property of multiplication : The way numbers are grouped does not change their product
multiplicative identity : The product of a number and one is that number.
multiplicative inverse : The product of a number and its reciprocal is one.
multiplicative property of zero : The product of any number and zero is zero.
reflexive : A number is equal to itself.
symmetric : If one quantity equals a 2nd quantity, then the 2nd quantity equals the 1st quantity.
transitive : If one quantity equals a 2nd quantity which equals a 3rd quantity , then the 1st quantity must equal the 3rd quantity.
substitution : A quantity can be replaced for its equivalency in an expression.
Algebra 1 properties practice
1. YDIITEDETATNIVDI
The sum of any number and zero is that number.
2. IEEITDEVIDANVSR
The sum of any number and its opposite is zero.
3. SEVOFOTNODTROYARPAASCIEPTDIII
The way number are grouped does not change the sum.
4. YLAIOCOICTPAIRNVIIFPTSAUTPOEMRSLEOT
The way numbers are grouped does not change their product
5. NPIFYRTMEUTLIITOCACONUMOMPRLAVICIOPTE
The order in which number are multiplied does not change their product.
6. ITYPROTCOPVMFDMARAIDETTEUOION
The order in which number are added does not change their sum.
7. CIIEDIAPMTETILUNTILTYV
The product of a number and one is that number.
8. EMNLEETRUPSCVIIITVAIL
The product of a number and its reciprocal is one.
9. TPYEVMAOTIOTCERLFIPUPERLIRZO
The product of any number and zero is zero.
10. EXRVIEFEL
A number is equal to itself.
11. UTONBUTSISTI
A quantity can be replaced for its equivalency in an expression.
12. SMMERTYCI
If one quantity equals a 2nd quantity, then the 2nd quantity equals the 1st quantity.
13. IISTVNREAT
If one quantity equals a 2nd quantity which equals a 3rd quantity , then the 1st quantity must equal the 3rd quantity.