Algebra 1 1-7 Independent Practice: The Distributive Property
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by Matthew Richardson
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Vocabulary: Does the equation demonstrate the Distributive Property? Explain.

No; Negative two is multiplied by both terms in parentheses, so this equation demonstrates the Commutative Property of Multiplication.
Yes; When the multiplication by -2 is distributed to both terms in parentheses, the result is -2x - 2. This demonstrates the Distributive Property.
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Vocabulary: Does the equation demonstrate the Distributive Property? Explain.

No; Since the multiplication by 8 is on the right then on the left of the expression in parentheses, this is an example of the Commutative Property of Multiplication.
Yes; Since the multiplication by 8 is on the right then on the left of the expression in parentheses, this is an example of the Distributive Property.
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Vocabulary: Does the equation demonstrate the Distributive Property? Explain.

Yes; When the multiplication by 5 is distributed to both terms in parentheses, the result is 5n - 45. This demonstrates the Distributive Property.
No; Since the 5 is factored out on the right side of the equation, this is not an example of the Distributive Property.
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