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posted by Cameron .
do 5 + x and x + 5 represent the same expression? explain.

Yep.
Doesn't 5 + 6 equal the same as 6 + 5?
Which math property does that illustrate? 
is it associative property

How about another property?
http://www.onlinemathlearning.com/numberproperties.html 
Sorry the commutative property:(

Right! :)

Thank you:)
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