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|Additive Inverse for Arithmetic||The opposite of a given number. Change the sign of a number to have its additive inverse. The sum of a number and its additive inverse is always zero.|
|Additive Property of Equality||This property allows us to add equals to equals to stay equal. Given two equal values, we may add the same quantity to both values and retain an equality.|
|Arithmetic||A branch of mathematics built upon the basic operations of addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication. Powers, roots, and logarithms are often considered arithmetic in nature.|
|Associative Law of Addition||Provides that addition of groups of terms or values is indifferent to the order of grouping. We may add terms in any order, or group them in any order.|
|Associative Law of Multiplication||Provides that multiplication of groups of terms or factors is indifferent to the order of grouping. We may multiply factors in any order, or group them in any order.|
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