Algebra Answer Check

Which property is illustrated by the following statement?

2x(6) = (6)2x

a. Associative Property of Addition
b. Commutative Property of Multiplication (?)
c. Inverse Property of Multiplication
d. Commutative Property of Addition

Which property is illustrated by the following statement?

3z + 4 = 4 + 3z

a. Associative Property of Addition
b. Commutative Property of Multiplication
c. Inverse Property of Multiplication
d. Commutative Property of Addition (?)

What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase: the sum of 5 and 2x?

a. 7x
b. 5 + 2
c. 5x + 2x
d. 5 + 2x (?)

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  1. all correct. good work.

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  2. 6(2x) = 2x (6)

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  3. 2(3 + x) = 6 + 2x. This is an example of the ___________ property. Please Help Me!

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  4. 7 years later... still no answer continue the legacy until it is answered!

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  5. it was answered. its just all the answers with the questions marks next to them r correct

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  6. The first one is: Commutative property of multiplication

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  7. there are 7 questions whars the answers??? help soon ps:nowww

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  8. ium all the answers are correct

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