Determine whether the two expressions are equivalent .if so , tell what property is applied. if not explain why. 1. (8+27)+52 and 8 + (27+52) 2. (3*6)*9 and 3*(6*9) 3. 72-(63-8) and (36 divided by 12) - 8 4. 36 divided by (12 divided by 3) and (36 divided by 12) divided by 3 5. 0+32 and 0

The two expressions are equivalent because the associative property of multiplication is applied, which means that no matter where you put the parenthesis, the two expressions will still be equal.

They aren’t equivalent! And you aren’t an idiot your just not sure! We all need some help sometimes it’s ok! I hope you have an amazing Valentine’s Day <3! 😀

Not equal because 0+32 is always 32 and 0 is always zero when nothing is added to it

These two expressions are not equivalent

your not an idiot

They are not equivelent.

Step-by-step explanation:

You always solve in the parenthesis first... so in the first equation we want to add 12+10 first to get 22 + 7 which is 29.

In the second equation, we add the parenthesis firt, 10 + 12=22 then add 12 to get 34. Have a good day!

The Adding Associative Property

we always do what's in the parenthesis first!

1. 15+(5+8) and (15+5)+8

[tex]15+(5+8) = (15+5)+8[/tex]

[tex]15+13 = 20+8[/tex]

[tex]\boxed{28=28} (TRUE)[/tex]

equivalent

2. (20-12)-3 and 20-(12-3)

[tex]8-3=20-9[/tex]

[tex]\boxed{5=11}(FALSE)[/tex] → [tex]\boxed{5 \neq 11}[/tex] not equivalent

The Adding Associative Property

we always do what's in the parenthesis first!

1. 15+(5+8) and (15+5)+8

[tex]15+(5+8) = (15+5)+8[/tex]

[tex]15+13 = 20+8[/tex]

[tex]\boxed{28=28} (TRUE)[/tex]

equivalent

2. (20-12)-3 and 20-(12-3)

[tex]8-3=20-9[/tex]

[tex]\boxed{5=11}(FALSE)[/tex] → [tex]\boxed{5 \neq 11}[/tex] not equivalent

1. Equal, the associative property of addition

2. Equal, the associative property of Multiplication

3. Not equal, the first one came out 17 while the second was - 5.

4. Not equal, the first one came out as 9 whole the second one came out as 1.

5. Not equal since the first one came out as 32 the second, 0. 0 is zero, you would need to add 32.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

I hope that helps you out!!

Any more questions, please just ask me!!

~Zoey

1. The Associative Property of Addition.

Both equations equal 28.

2. The equations are not equal.

ANSWER

Yes, the two expressions are equivalent.

The identity property of multiplication.

EXPLANATION

The identity element for multiplication of real numbers is 1.

This means that, if you multiply any real number by 1, you get the same real number

The given expression is,

[tex]18 \times 1 = 18[/tex]

These two expressions are equivalent.

The property that is applied is the identity property of multiplication.