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The additive inverse property tells us to simply
take a number and add its opposite so we get
zero.

   Example 1           6  ( 6)  0
               -6 is the additive inverse of 6.
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  Example 2
The multiplicative inverse is when you take a
number and multiply it by its reciprocal so you
get one.
                               1
                          5     1
                               5
          1 is the multiplicative inverse of -5.
  So,   
          5
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Example 3          Identity Properties
Very simple, the identity of addition is zero,
and the identity of multiplication is one.


15  0  15 and                        6 1  6
Notice the identities give you back the number you
started with.
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Identify and label the following properties.


   A.       8  6  0  14
   B.        1
           8( )  1
             8
   C.      a(b  c)  ab  ac
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Identify and label the following properties.


   A.
          25  19  19  25
   B.     2(4  5)  (2  4)5

   C.            qp  1  qp
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     Identify the property given.
a.      (a  b)  c  c  (b  a)
b.      4 x ( x  4)  4 x  16 x
                            2



c.      a (bc)  (ab)c
             Distributive property.

Evaluate each of the following.
1. 6(8 - x) =                     2.   ( x  6)3 



3.   x ( x  5)                   4. m(n  p) 

				
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