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Properties of Real Numbers

Properties of Real Numbers

Description:

You will be able to identify the three main Properties of Algebra.To prove this, you will complete the Interactive Homework at the end of watching the videos. Come to class prepared with one or two questions from the tutorial, for participation points. 

Watch the following videos by Thursday September 5th 

Create Cornell Notes for all 3 videos

  1. Associative Law of Addition
  2. Commutative Law of Addition
  3. The Distributive Property

Complete I.HW after videos and reviewing notes

Come to class prepared with questions from the tutorial

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Tutorial

Associative Law of Addition

In this video you will learn what the Associative Law of Addition is and how to apply it to real numbers. Leave some space after the notes for this video. When you come to class, you will write down the Associative Law of Multiplication, and we will review both Laws together.

Commutative Law of Addition

In this video you will learn what the Commutative Law of Addition is and how to apply it to real numbers. Leave some space after the notes for this video. When you come to class, you will write down the Commutative Law of Multiplication, and we will review both Laws together.

The Distributive Property

In this video you will learn what the Distributive Property is and how to apply it to real numbers. Try and come up with your own example of using the Distributive Property.

Interactive Homework