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Properties of Numbers

Properties of Numbers

Description:
  1. Introduce the properties of equality and properties of identity.

  2. Demonstrate how to evaluate an expression, naming the property used in each step.

  3. Introduce the commutative property and associate property.

  4. Use real world examples that apply the properties of numbers.

This packet should help a learner seeking to understand how to recognize the properties of numbers.

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Tutorial

The Rule of Equality

This video introduces the Rule of Equality and gives examples on how to use it.

Source: Ms. Hess

Zero Property of Multiplication

This video introduces the zero property of multiplication.

Source: Kevin Kriescher

Addition Property of Equality

This video introduces the addition property of equality.

Source: Kevin Kriescher

Multiplication Property of Equality

This video introduces the multiplication property of equality.

Source: Kevin Kriescher

Property of Symmetry

This video introduces the Property of Symmetry and gives examples on how to use it.

Source: Ms. Hess

The Associative Property

This video introduces the Associative Property and demonstrates how to use it.

Source: Ms. Hess

Commutative Property of Addition

This video introduces the commutative property of addition and demonstrates how it is used.

Source: Ms. Hess

Commutative Property of Multiplication

This video introduces the commutative property of multiplication.

Source: Kevin Kriescher