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The true conditional statement "If 1/2 (m<ABC) = m<ABD, then m<ABC = 2(m<ABD" illustrates which property of equality?

A. Addition property of equality
B. Subtraction property of equality
C. Multiplication property of equality (My Answer)
D. Division property of equality

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  2. The Answer here IS C

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