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## 41. A + b = b + a is called _____

C) Multiplicative property

D) None of these

## 42. The way you group three or more numbers when adding does not change their sum. This law is called ____

C) Multiplicative property

D) None  of these

## 43. (a + b)+ c = a+(b + c) is called _____

C) Multiplicative property

D) None of these

A) True

B) False

A) True

B) False

## 46. The order in which numbers are multiplied does not change the product. This law is called ___

A) Commutative property of multiplication

B) Associative property of multiplication

C) Multiplicative inverse

D) None of these

## 47. a × b = b × a is a ______

A) Commutative property of multiplication

B) Associative property of multiplication

C) Multiplicative inverse

D) None of these

## 48. The way you group three or more numbers when multiplied does not change their product. This law is called ____

A) Commutative property of multiplication

B) Associative property of multiplication

C) Multiplicative inverse

D) None of the above

## 49. ( a × b ) × c = a × ( b × c) is a ____

A) Commutative property of multiplication

B) Associative property of multiplication

C) Multiplicative inverse

D) None of these

A) True

B) False

A) 0

B) 1

C) Infinity

D) None of these

## 52. 1 is called ____ identity.

A) Multiplicative

C) None of these

## 53. To multiply a number by a sum, multiply each number inside the parenthesis by the number outside the parenthesis. This law is called _____

A) Multiplicative identity

B) Distributive law

D) None of these

## 54. A[b + c] = ab + ac. This law is called _____

A) Multiplicative inverse

B) Distributive law

D) None of these

## 55. 2(4-3) = 2 × 4 – 2 × 3. This law is called _____

A) Distributive law of multiplication over subtraction

B) Multiplicative inverse

D) None of these

A) True

B) False

A) True

B) False

## 58. ‘0’ in whole numbers is called _____

A) Multiplicative identity

D) None of these

## 59. a × ( b + c) = a × b + a × c is ______

A) Distributive property of multiplication over addition

B) Multiplicative inverse