Q: How do you find the product of 6 and times 4.3 by applying the distributive property?

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distributive property of 220 times 8

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8*3.5 = 8*(3 + 0.5) which, applying the distributive property, = 8*3 + 8*0.5 = 24 + 4 = 28

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It is not the distributive property. The statement in the question is simply FALSE.

The distributive property involves two differentoperations - usually addition and multiplication in the same calculation.

The distributive property is simple. What I do is think of a double rainbow... 5(3+2) = This will be simple. 5 times 3 is fifteen, 5 times 2 is 10. Now that you know about the double rainbow trick, visit math is fun for help with the distributive property.

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22680 is the answer

12 times 14 = 12*(10 + 4) You could apply the distributive property twice and go for (10 + 2)*(10 + 4)

35 x 3 = (30 x 3) + (5 x 3) = 90 + 15 = 105

The distributive property refers to a property of TWO binary operations - usually of multiplication and addition - not just one operation. Consequently, 7*420 does not have a distributive property.

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The distributive property of multiplication over addition is that you can multiply the addends of a number times a number and add those together. 25 time 10=5*10+20*10

19*14 = 19*(10 + 4) = 19*10 + 19*4 = 190 + 76 = 266 (You could use the distributive property again to split 19 into 10 + 9 but that is multiplying by 19 is simple enough and using the distributive property for that is just laziness.

Yes, but it would be a pointless thing to do. The associative property is much more appropriate.

the distributive property is something like 4(3+8) you would multiply 4 times 3+ 4 times 8

5 x 9 = (5 x 3) + (5 x 3) + (5 x 3)

(40+200)+(5+80)

(10 x 1) + (10 x 10) = 110

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(7 x 10) + (7 x 4) + (7 x 0.6) = 70 + 28 + 4.2 = 102.2

The sum of two number times a third numberis equal to the sum of each addend times the third number

That's the distributive property.

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