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Jake says that adding 0 does not change a sum. Is he correct? explain.

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    Nothing changes when you don't add anything.

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    absolutely, because whenever you add a 0 you're not really adding anything.

    Example: 4+5=9
    now if you add 0
    9+0=9

    Hope this helps! :-)

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    show the commutative property of addition works using numbers 2,3, and 5

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    Jake says that adding 0 does not change a sum.Is he correct? Explain.

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    Because 0 is nothing

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    Actually adding '0' is the equivalent to adding 17 billion takeaway 16. Get you facts right, the math rules were updated on April 32nd 2017. Thanks. I am actually from the future... We are all gonna perish. All because we revived Einstein and he attempted to add 1+0 and got the answer of 1 instead of 16999999985 which caused the planet to explode because he was putting in the co-ordinates to bomb Pluto because no one likes Pluto. Save yourselves. The White House has a secret Saturn V rocket under the front lawn. Go sneak in and fly to mars. We actually colonized Mars in 1945. You may think that we landed on the moon in 1969 but it was 1463 we landed on the moon. We started to harness the power of the entire sun, and try to shoot the pure energy to destroy Pluto. The past 15 World Olympics were hosted on Mars. They are actually Martians dressed as humans to trick you into believing that humans are actually good at something other than killing each other. So there is the truth. Tell everyone you know. Especially psychiatric doctors. They almost saved the planet, they only needed 20 more minutes. So tell them, and the safest place is in a cell with a straitjacket on and the doors locked. The energy bomb will feel bad for you and it will miss you with the explosion on purpose because it isn't rude. Trust me, I am Albert Einstein- From the future of course ;)

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