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Commutative Property: Any order you add numbers the sum will be the same regardless of the order of the addends. |

6+7=13and 7+6=13 |

Example-1

3+4=7and 4+3=7 |

Example-2

Associative Property: When you are adding three or more numbers you can group them in any order and the sum will be the same. |

(9+2)+3=14and 9+(2+3)=14 |

(6+4)+2=12and (2+4)+6=12 |

Example-1 Example-2

Additive Identity Property: The sum of any number and zero is the original number. The value of a number does not change by adding zero. Also called the zero property of addition . |

Example-1 Example-2 Example-3 Example-4

Distributive Property This property combines Multiplication and Addition. |

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