What property is illustrated by the statement? 0 + x = x A. Identity Property of Addition B. Commutative Property of Addition C. Multiplication Property of 0 D. Inverse Property of Multiplication
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User: What is the simplified form of the expression? (2 – 9c)(–8) A. –16 + 72c B. 16 + 72c C. –16 – 72c D. 16 – 72c

User: What property is illustrated by the statement? 0 + x = x A. Identity Property of Addition B. Commutative Property of Addition C. Multiplication Property of 0 D. Inverse Property of Multiplication

Weegy: B. The identity property of addition. Additive Identity Property: The sum of any number and zero is the original number. For example 5 + 0 = 5.
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User: the quotient of j and 8" can be expressed as: A. j/8 B. 8j C. j - 8 D. j + 8

Weegy: A. j/8
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User: The table shows how the height of a stack of DVDs depends on the number of DVDs. What is a rule for the height? Number of DVDs Height (cm) 2 18 3 27 4 36 n ? A. h = n/9 B. h = 9n C. h = 8n D. h = 2n

Weegy: A. h = 9n
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User: What is the simplified form of the expression? 74 A. 343 B. 2,401 C. 16,384 D. 16,807

Weegy: B. 16,384 is the answer
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User: What is the simplified form of the expression? 1/3(21m + 27) A. 63m + 9 B. 7m + 9 C. 7m + 81 D. 7m + 27

Weegy: 1/3(21m^27), the simplified form is: D. 7m^27
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User: Question 22 of 25 4.0 Points What is the product? A. B. C. D.

Weegy: The answer is zero. The property is identity property of addition. This property states that any number plus 0 equals that number. [smile]
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User: What is the order of 5 , -0.1, -5/3 , 0.7, 2 from least to greatest? A. 0.7, 2 , -5/3 , 5 , –0.1 B. –0.1, 0.7, 2 , 5, -5/3 C. -5/3 , –0.1, 0.7, 2 , 5 D. 5, 2 , 0.7, -5/3 , –0.1

Weegy: -5/3 , -0.1, 0.7, v2 ,v5
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User: What is the simplified form of the expression? 169 A. 13 B. 338 C. 12 D. 84.5

Weegy: D. 13.
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User: What is the sum? –7 + 5 A. –2 B. 12 C. –12 D. 2

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(2 – 9c)(–8)
= 2*(-8) + (-9c)*(-8)
= -16 + 72c
Confirmed by sujaysen [11/18/2014 8:40:07 AM]
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The simplified form of the expression: 1/3(21m + 27) is 7m + 9.
1/3(21m + 27)
= 1/3*21m + 1/3*27
= 21m/3 + 27/3
= 7m + 9
Confirmed by yumdrea [11/17/2014 8:33:37 PM]
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The sum of –7 + 5 is -2.
-7 + 5
= -2
Confirmed by sujaysen [11/18/2014 8:40:48 AM]

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