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Please explain how you would use a mathematical property to make the following number sentence always true:
a x 9 = a x 7 + 2

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    Online "*" is used to indicate multiplication, because x is often confused with an unknown.

    a * 9 = a * (7+2)

    What mathematical property does this involve?

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