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Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
By: Jessica LaFreniere By: Jessica LaFreniere
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Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
By: Jessica LaFreniere By: Jessica LaFreniere
This PowerPoint was designed to help students gain a better knowledge on whole
number operations, and their properties.  This PowerPoint will include
definitions, and examples of each of the following:
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
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Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
By: Jessica LaFreniere By: Jessica LaFreniere
This PowerPoint was designed to help students gain a better knowledge on whole
number operations, and their properties.  This PowerPoint will include
definitions, and examples of each of the following:
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and
Multiplication
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
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Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
By: Jessica LaFreniere By: Jessica LaFreniere
This PowerPoint was designed to help students gain a better knowledge on whole
number operations, and their properties.  This PowerPoint will include
definitions, and examples of each of the following:
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and
Multiplication
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
Associative Property
Addition and multiplication are associative: the
order that numbers are grouped in addition and
multiplication does not affect the result.
Examples:
(2 + 10) + 6 = 2 +(10 + 6) = 18
2 ×(10 × 6) =(2 × 10) × 6 =120
Addition and multiplication are associative: the
order that numbers are grouped in addition and
multiplication does not affect the result.
Examples:
(2 + 10) + 6 = 2 +(10 + 6) = 18
2 ×(10 × 6) =(2 × 10) × 6 =120
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Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
Whole Number Operations Whole Number Operations
and Their Properties and Their Properties
By: Jessica LaFreniere By: Jessica LaFreniere
This PowerPoint was designed to help students gain a better knowledge on whole
number operations, and their properties.  This PowerPoint will include
definitions, and examples of each of the following:
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and Multiplication
Associative Property
Distributive Property
The Zero Property of Addition
The Zero Property of Multiplication
The Multiplicative identity
Order of Operations
Below are links that will help answer any other questions you may have on this topic:
Operations
Lesson on Order of Operations
Order of Operations (PEMDAS) Properties of Real Numbers
Glossary of Properties
Commutative Property of Addition and
Multiplication
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
Addition and Multiplication are commutative:
switching the order of two numbers being added
or multiplied does not change the result. When
adding numbers, it doesn't matter which number
comes first, the sum will be the same. Another
way to look at it is, buying two things in different
order still will cost the same.
Examples:
100 + 8 = 8 + 100
100 × 8 = 8 × 100
Associative Property
Addition and multiplication are associative: the
order that numbers are grouped in addition and
multiplication does not affect the result.
Examples:
(2 + 10) + 6 = 2 +(10 + 6) = 18
2 ×(10 × 6) =(2 × 10) × 6 =120
Addition and multiplication are associative: the
order that numbers are grouped in addition and
multiplication does not affect the result.
Examples:
(2 + 10) + 6 = 2 +(10 + 6) = 18
2 ×(10 × 6) =(2 × 10) × 6 =120
Distributive Property
The Distributive Property is an algebra property
which is used to multiply a single term and two or
more terms inside a set of parentheses.
Examples:
10 ×(50 + 3) =(10 × 50) +(10 × 3) 3 ×(12+99) =(3 × 12) +(3 × 99) The Distributive Property is an algebra property
which is used to multiply a single term and two or
more terms inside a set of parentheses.
Examples:
10 ×(50 + 3) =(10 × 50) +(10 × 3) 3 ×(12+99) =(3 × 12) +(3 × 99)
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