# algebra 1

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name the property that justifies the following 15=15

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Transitive

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no, transitive says that if a=b and b=c, then a=c

I'd call this identity. a number is equal to itself.

although, usually one speaks of identity in conjunction with addition or multiplication.

also, since "=" is a relation, this could be called the reflexive property of the "=" relation.

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