If you are multiplying x*3x*6x^2 I would rearrange it to be 3*6*x*x*x^2 = 18x^4. It is easier to keep track of the exponents that way. By the way what property of Algebra am I using to do this?
1. mABC = mDEF and mDEF = mABC
2. AB = CD, CD = EF. therefore, AB = EF.
3. x + 7 = 5; x + 7 - 7 = 5
4. X = y; if x = 18, then y = 18
5. A = A
What property of math is this..... Identity...commutative property...inverse property..multiplication of zero?
This is a property question where you need to identify each property.
what property of multiplication is used in this equation
a) inverse property
b) identity property
c) distributive property
d) associative property
Directions state to use one or more properties to rewrite the expression as an expression that does not use parentheses. another question example is (a+5) + 23