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Name the property of real numbers illustrated by the equation 2·(8·7)=(2·8)·7 answers are distributive property, Associative property multiplication, Communicative property multiplication , Associative property addition

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  1. well, it looks associative

    So, are you adding or multiplying?

    By the way, that's commutative, not communicative. Pay atten--, I say, pay attention, boy...

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  2. I agree with Steve

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  3. As of most recent.
    (L 2 / U 2)

    1. C

    2. B

    3. B

    4. B

    5. D

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  4. U2 L2 Properties of Real Numbers

    1. Graph the number on a number line.
    10/7
    B, dot between 1 & 2

    2. Insert <, >, or = to make the sentence true.
    -1/3 ? -2/5
    B, >

    3. Name the property of real numbers illustrated by the equation
    2 ·(sq8 · 7) = (2 · sq8) · 7
    B, Associative Property of Multiplication

    4. Use properties of real numbers to rewrite the expression.
    (3/5) (5/3)
    D, 1

    5. Use properties of real numbers to rewrite the expression.
    2/5 ·(-7)· 5/2
    D, -7

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