# ed-151001052620-lva1-app6891 ```Notations and
Symbols
a,b∈𝐼,
then a + b ∈ 𝐼,
𝑎 &times; 𝑏 ∈ 𝐼.
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Commutative Property
Changing the order of two
numbers that are either being
change its value.
a, b ∈ 𝐼 , then a + b ∈ 𝐼, 𝑎 &times; 𝑏 ∈ 𝐼
For multiplication:
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Associative Property
Changing the grouping of numbers
that are either being added or
multiplied does not change its value.
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Identity Property
Notations and Symbols
- states that the sum is the
of any number and 0 is the
given number. Zero,”0” is the
Multiplicative Identity
- states that the product of
any number and 1 is the given
number. One, “1” is the
multiplicative identity.
Multiplicative Identity is 1.
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Inverse Property
- states that the sum of any
additive inverse of the number a is
–a.
In Multiplication
- states that the product of any
number and its multiplicative
inverse or reciprocal, is 1. The
multiplicative inverse of the
1
number a is .
Notations and Symbols
The Additive Inverse is the negation
of the element.
𝑎
The Multiplicative Inverse is one
divided by the element.
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