Subtraction of Like Fractions Arithmetic operations addition, subtraction, multiplication and division can be preformed on fractions. Fractions represents a part of a whole. The normal subtraction of numbers and the subtraction of fractions are different. A fraction has a numerator and a denominator which is separated by a bar. For example, 3/2, 4/7, 22/5, 26/7, […]

Fractions – Division Division or divide is a method of sharing or grouping a number or things into equal parts. In this tutorial we will learn division of fractions. Multiplication and division of fractions is almost same. A fraction has 2 parts numerator and denominator. In division of fractions we multiply first fraction by reciprocal […]

Property of Integers – Divisive Identity What is Divisive Identity Property The divisive identity property is one of the important property of division of numbers. This property states that if we divide any, number by 1 the result will be the number itself. Dividing any number by 1 equals the number itself. Divisive Identity Property […]

Property of Integers – Divisive Identity What is Divisive Identity Property The divisive identity property is one of the important property of division of numbers. This property states that, if we divide any number by 1, the result will be the number itself. Divisive Identity Property of Division The divisive identity property of division has […]

Distributive Property – Property of Integers The distributive property means distribution of the given operation over another mathematical operation within a bracket. Multiplication is Distributive Over Addition Lets consider a, b and c are three integers, by distributive Property: a x (b +c) = (a x b) + (a x c) = ab + ac […]

Integers – Associative Property Associative property of Addition The associative property of addition states, that we can add group of numbers in any way but result will remain the same. The way of grouping of numbers doesn’t matter, the answer will be the same. For any three integers, a, b and c, associative property of […]

Property of Integers – Commutative Addition The commutative property of addition states that, two integers can be added in any order, the result will be the same. Order of terms doesn’t matter, swapping of terms will not change the sum. Example: 9 + (-5) = 4 and (-5) + 9 = 4 So, 9 + […]