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### Grade 6 - Mathematics1.13 Properties of Whole Numbers (Addition)

 Closure Property: For any two whole numbers "a" and "b", their sum (a+b) is also a whole number. Example: 7+10 = 17, 0+9 = 9 Commutative Property: For any two whole numbers "a" and "b", a+b = b+a. Example: 10+25 = 25+10 = 35 Associative Property: For any three whole numbers a, b, and c, a+(b+c) = (a+b)+c. Example: 12+(14+16) = (12+14)+16 = 42 Additive identity: For every whole number a, a+0 = 0+a = a. 0 is called the additive identity in the set of all whole numbers. Example: 4+0 = 0+4 = 4 Directions: Chose the correct answer. Also write at least 5 examples of your own for each property.
 Q 1: For any three whole numbers a,b, and c, a+(b+c) = _________?(a+b)+cnone of thesea+bc(a+c)*b Q 2: The product of two whole numbers is _________.Odd numberA whole numberEven numberNatural number Q 3: For any two whole numbers a and b, then the sum (a+b) is _________.not a whole numbera double numberalso a whole number Q 4: By adding '0' to any whole number, the sum is always _____.the same numbera different numberan even numberan odd number Q 5: 0 is called the _________ in the set of all whole numbers.Multiplicative InverseNone of theseAdditive Identity Q 6: Which of the following is an example of the Commutative Property of Addition?8+(3+0) = (8+3)+08+3 = 3+8None of these8+0 = 8 Question 7: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 8: This question is available to subscribers only!

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