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The Transitive Property states that if a = b and b = c , then a = c. Explain how you can use the Transitive Property to show that the expressions 0+x+13 and 13+x are equivalent.

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    YOu will have to use the zero addition principle also.

    0+a=a

    so
    0+(x+13)=x+13=13+x

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