## How do you take apart a number?

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### How do you use distributive property to multiply?

The distributive property of multiplication over addition can be used when you multiply a number by a sum. For example, suppose you want to multiply 3 by the sum of 10 + 2. 3(10 + 2) = ? According to this property, you can add the numbers and then multiply by 3.

**How do you break apart multiplication?**

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**How do you teach distributive property?**

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## What is the distributive property 3rd grade math?

The distributive property explains that multiplying two numbers (factors) together will result in the same thing as breaking up one factor into two addends, multiplying both addends by the other factor, and adding together both products.

### What is the distributive property of multiplication over subtraction?

The distributive property of multiplication over subtraction. For example, . is like the distributive property of multiplication over addition. You can subtract the numbers and then multiply, or you can multiply and then subtract as shown below. This is called “distributing the multiplier.”

**What is the distributive property of multiplication 3rd grade?**

The distributive property says that when you multiply a factor by two addends, you can first multiply the factor with each addend, and then add the sum.

**How do you simplify the distributive property?**

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## How do you know when to add or subtract when you use the distributive property to multiply?

Therefore, the addition or subtraction in the distributive property is based on the sign between the two real numbers. If the sign between the real number is positive then the numbers are added and if the sign between the real number is negative then the numbers are subtracted.

### How do you know when to use distributive property?

TipsWe usually use the distributive property because the two terms inside the parentheses can’t be added because they’re not like terms.Make sure you apply the outside number to all of the terms inside the parentheses/brackets.

**What is the distributive property of multiplication over addition?**

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. But, according to the property, you can first multiply every addend by 5.

**What property will be used if you multiply the LCD on both sides of the equation?**

We will apply the Multiplication Property of Equality and multiply both sides of an equation by the least common denominator (LCD) of all the fractions in the equation.

## How do you find the LCD in a quadratic equation?

To solve a rational equation with the LCD, you find a common denominator, write each fraction with that common denominator, and then multiply each side of the equation by that same denominator to get a nice quadratic equation.

### How can we create equations in one variable and use them to solve problems?

Creating One-Variable Equations and Inequalities The steps to doing this are as follows: Identify the unknown and represent it with a variable. Set up an equation or inequality using that variable. Solve the equation or inequality to find an answer to the problem.

**What do solutions to compound inequalities look like?**

For example, x > 6 or x solution to this compound inequality is all the values of x in which x is either greater than 6 or x is less than 2. You can show this graphically by putting the graphs of each inequality together on the same number line.

**How do you solve linear equations one variable?**

Step 1: Simplify each side, if needed.Step 2: Use Add./Sub. Properties to move the variable term to one side and all other terms to the other side.Step 3: Use Mult./Div. Step 4: Check your answer.I find this is the quickest and easiest way to approach linear equations.Example 6: Solve for the variable.

## How do you create equations with a variable on both sides?

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### How do you solve equations with different variables?

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