## What is an example of inverse property of multiplication?

A multiplicative inverse is a reciprocal. For example, if we have the number 7, the multiplicative inverse, or reciprocal, would be 1/7 because when you multiply 7 and 1/7 together, you get 1!

## What is the inverse property?

Inverse property of addition tells us that any number + its opposite will = 0. Opposite numbers have different signs (so on opposites sides of 0), but are the same distance from zero. For example: 6 + its opposite (which is -6) = 0. Or basically, 6 – 6 = 0. Another example: -8 + its opposite (which is 8) = 0.

## What is the formula of inverse property?

The inverse property of multiplication states that if you multiply a number by its reciprocal, also called the multiplicative inverse, the product will be 1. (a/b)*(b/a)=1.

## What is the distributive property of integers?

The distributive property of integers can be stated as the product of an integer with the sum of two integers inside the parentheses is equal to the sum of the products of integers separately.

## Is the distributive property only for multiplication?

The distributive property tells us how to solve expressions in the form of a(b + c). The distributive property is sometimes called the distributive law of multiplication and division. Normally when we see an expression like this … Then we need to remember to multiply first, before doing the addition!

## How do we apply the properties of multiplication?

Properties of multiplication

1. Commutative property of multiplication: Changing the order of factors does not change the product.
2. Associative property of multiplication: Changing the grouping of factors does not change the product.
3. Identity property of multiplication: The product of 1 and any number is that number.

## What is the meaning of commutative property?

The commutative property is a math rule that says that the order in which we multiply numbers does not change the product.

## What property is 0x 0?

The zero property of multiplication states that the product of a number and zero is always zero.