Posted by **Jane** on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 9:04pm.

If y = 1, then (x + 5) times y = x + 5

Which property does it apply to?

Cumutative Property of addition?

My choices are:

Inverse Property of Mult.

Identity Property of Mult.

Associative Property of addition

Cummutative Property of addition.

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