2022-07-19 20:00:02

- 1.What is a distributive property in math?
- 2.What is distributive property with example?
- 3.What property is distributive property?
- 4.What is the distributive property of 6?
- 5.How do you find the distributive property?
- 6.How do you solve distributive property?
- 7.What is the distributive of 25?
- 8.What is the distributive property of 14 * 6?
- 9.What is the distributive property of 32 44?
- 10.What are examples of distributive?
- 11.What is distributive property with variables?
- 12.How do you use distributive property to find equivalent expressions?
- 13.How do you write the distributive property in standard form?
- 14.How do you solve distributive property with fractions?
- 15.How do you do distributive property with mixed numbers?
- 16.How do you use the distributive property and then simplify?
- 17.How do you distribute in math?

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.

What is Distributive Property?

The distributive property of multiplication over addition: | The distributive property of multiplication over subtraction: |
---|---|

8 × ( 20 + 7 ) = 8 × 20 + 8 × 7 = 160 + 56 = 216 | 8 × ( 30 − 3 ) = 8 × 30 − 8 × 3 = 240 − 24 = 216 |

The distributive property is a property of multiplication used in addition and subtraction. This property states that two or more terms in addition or subtraction with a number are equal to the addition or subtraction of the product of each of the terms with that number.

The property states that the product of a sum or difference, such as 6(5 – 2), is equal to the sum or difference of the products – in this case, 6(5) – 6(2). Remember that there are several ways to write multiplication.

The distributive property is also known as the distributive law of multiplication. This distributive property of multiplication is applicable over addition and subtraction. The formula for the distributive property is expressed as, a × (b + c) = (a × b) + (a × c).

Distributive property with exponents

- Expand the equation.
- Multiply (distribute) the first numbers of each set, outer numbers of each set, inner numbers of each set, and the last numbers of each set.
- Combine like terms.
- Solve the equation and simplify, if needed.

Jun 14, 2019

25 × 2 = (20 + 5) × 2. Try again. This is an example of the distributive property. 25 × 2 is not equal to 20 + (5 × 2).

...

Click Go On to begin.

...

Click Go On to begin.

A × (B + C) | = | (A × B) + (A × C) |
---|---|---|

27 | = | 27 |

Answer: 14 × 6 = 84.

List of positive integer factors of 44 that divides 32 without a remainder. We found the factors and prime factorization of 32 and 44. The biggest common factor number is the GCF number. So the greatest common factor 32 and 44 is 4.

The distributive property of multiplication over addition is applied when you multiply a value by a sum. For example, you want to multiply 5 by the sum of 10 + 3. As we have like terms, we usually first add the numbers and then multiply by 5.

Distributive property with variables

The distributive property allows us to simplify equations when dealing with unknown values. Using the distributive law with variables involved, we can isolate x: Multiply, or distribute, the outer term to the inner terms.

The distributive property allows us to simplify equations when dealing with unknown values. Using the distributive law with variables involved, we can isolate x: Multiply, or distribute, the outer term to the inner terms.

0:47

2:44

So we're going to multiply 7 times 3 is 21 and this Y is going to come along for the ride. So theMoreSo we're going to multiply 7 times 3 is 21 and this Y is going to come along for the ride. So the equivalent expression that we generated in this case by using a distributive property is 49 plus 21y.

0:02

1:11

So a squared x squared times a cubed is going to be a to the fifth power a cubed times a is going toMoreSo a squared x squared times a cubed is going to be a to the fifth power a cubed times a is going to be a positive a to the fourth. And a cube times one is going to be a positive a cubed.

0:00

3:34

Use a distributive property to simplify the expressions. The first expression is 4/7 times theMoreUse a distributive property to simplify the expressions. The first expression is 4/7 times the quantity 21 y plus 14 to clear the parentheses we distribute the 4/7. Which means we will have 4/7.

2:30

9:22

By every single term in the other group of numbers. So we're saying three times four this is theMoreBy every single term in the other group of numbers. So we're saying three times four this is the distributive property.

0:31

2:33

And multiply the like terms or multiply their variable factors or variable terms well here we don'tMoreAnd multiply the like terms or multiply their variable factors or variable terms well here we don't have the variable term which is x to the 0. X is 0 times x to the first would just be x.

1:03

2:28

Main multiplication if another numbers hanging out right next door to it ok. So what you're doing isMoreMain multiplication if another numbers hanging out right next door to it ok. So what you're doing is you're multiplying and not only by the number this straight up front next to it.