Distributive Properties of Numbers


The distributive property of numbers is the property where more than one term is enclosed in parentheses and multiplied by another term.
For more details, consider the following form:
Example first form a.(b+c)
Example second form (-de+3)(h-j+bk+mnp)(x+z)
The formulation of its nature is by multiplying the whole of the existing terms. In the first form, the formula is a.b+a.c. In the second form is -de.h.x-de.h.z-de.-j.x-de.-j.z and so on. You can try it with numbers.
Example 1:
2.(3+4)=2.3+2.4=6+8=14
Example 2:
(-1+3)(5-2)(7+8)=-1.5.7-1.5.8-1.-2.7-1.-2.8+3.5.7+3.5.8+3.-2.7+3 .-2.8=-35-40+14+16+105+120-42-48
This is an explanation of the distributive property. See you in another post.

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