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 A parallelogram, a rhombus and a rectangle 2018-02-07 From Sambo:what do parallelogram, rhombus and rectangle have in common?Answered by Penny Nom. Properties of real numbers applied to subsets 2012-02-01 From Mark:Hello - The questions that I have for you is do the properties of real numbers (such as the associative, commutative, identity, inverse, and distributive law) apply to ALL the subsets of real numbers? In other words, do all those properties work for the Natural Numbers? The Whole Numbers? And so on and so forth. I understand that they are all real numbers, but for instance: the identity is whenever you add zero to a number, you get that number back. But does that work with, say, with only the odd numbers? Zero isn't odd so can that property actually apply to JUST the odd numbers? Any consideration would be greatly appreciated!Answered by Robert Dawson. The distributive property 2005-11-12 From Jennifer:I am trying to help my daughter . How do you name the property for 6(4w - 3z)=(6 x 4w)-(6 x 3z)Answered by Penny Nom.

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