Subtraction is the opposite operation of which of the following? A. Addition B. Division C. Multiplication D. Square Root
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User: Subtraction is the opposite operation of which of the following? A. Addition B. Division C. Multiplication D. Square Root

Weegy: Subtraction is the opposite operation of ADDITION.

User: According to the study unit, the commutative property means A. the order in which you add the numbers doesn't affect the sum. B. the order in which you add the numbers does affect the sum. C. the way the numbers are grouped does affect the sum. D. the way the numbers are grouped doesn't affect the sum

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The commutative property means the order in which you add the numbers doesn't affect the sum.

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