Reciprocal or Multiplicative Inverse When the product of two numbers is one, they are called reciprocals or multiplicative inverses of each other. For example, 2/7 and 7/2 are reciprocals because (2/7 x 2/7) = 14/14 = 1. This is the motivation for the following property of fractions. The reciproc.....

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### Additive Inverse of a Number

### Multiplication Properties

### Distributive, Identity and Inverse Axioms

Distributive, Identity and Inverse Axioms An Axiom is a mathematical statement that is assumed to be true. There are five basic axioms of algebra. Axioms are generally statements made about real numbers. Sometimes they are called algebraic postulates. The Distributive Axioms are that x(y + z) = x.....

### Calculations using the Order of Operations

Calculations using the Order of Operations The orders of operations are rules that govern which mathematical operations are done first. For example, in mathematics and most computer languages, multiplication is granted a higher precedence than addition, and it has been this way since the introduc.....

### Multiplicative Axiom

### Additive Axiom

### Transitive Axiom

### Symmetric Axiom

An Axiom is a mathematical statement that is assumed to be true. There are four rearrangement axioms and two rearrangement properties of algebra. n mathematics, equality is a relationship between two quantities or, more generally two mathematical expressions, asserting that the quantities have th.....

### Reflexive Axiom

### Axioms of Algebra

Axioms of Algebra An Axiom is a mathematical statement that is assumed to be true. There are five basic axioms of algebra. Axioms are generally statements made about real numbers. Sometimes they are called algebraic postulates. The axioms are the reflexive axiom, symmetric axiom, transitive axiom.....

### Grouping Symbols

Grouping Symbols include parentheses (), curly brackets {}, or square brackets []. Grouping symbols are used to clarify which operations to do first, especially if a specific order is desired. If there is an expression to be simplified within the grouping symbols, follow the order of operations. .....