Division of Algebraic Fractions with Examples The rules for solving division of fractions and division of algebraic fractions are same. In fractions, First fraction ÷ Second fraction = First fraction x 1/Second fraction In algebraic fractions, First algebraic fraction ÷ Second algebraic fraction = First algebraic fraction x 1/Second algebraic fraction How to divide algebraic […]

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Algebraic Fractions – Multiplication Multiplying Algebraic Fractions How to Multiply Fractions? When multiplying fractions, multiply the numerators(top numbers) with denominators(bottom numbers). Multiplication of fractions is not like as the addition and subtraction of fractions. When we solve the addition and subtraction of fractions the denominators should be same, but in any two fractions with different […]

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Multiply Fractions with whole numbers We know that multiplication is repeated addition of the same number. So, multiplying a fraction with a whole number is equal to the whole number times the fraction is added. Let us understand with an example. Let us see the steps to multiply a given fraction with a whole number. […]

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Fractions Multiplication with Common Denominators Fractions that have common denominators are known as like fractions. Addition and subtraction of like fractions are different from addition and subtraction of unlike fractions, but the method of multiplication of like fractions and unlike fractions are same. Multiplying fractions with like denominators is same as multiplication of unlike fractions. […]

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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 […]

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Property of Integers – Multiplicative Identity What is multiplicative Identity Property The multiplicative identity property is one of the important property of multiplication of numbers. Thus, if we multiply any number by 1 the result will be the same number. Multiplication means repeated addition. Multiplicative Identity Property The multiplicative identity for integers states that if […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 + […]

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