# Ch 3: 6th-8th Grade Math: Properties of Numbers

The video lessons in this Properties of Numbers chapter are brief and fun. This chapter aims to teach 6th-8th grade students about topics such as the commutative, transitive and distributive properties. Self-assessment quizzes are included.

## Properties of Numbers - Chapter Summary

This Properties of Numbers chapter is designed to provide information about a variety of numerical properties, including the zero property of multiplication and the symmetric property of equality. The video lessons in this chapter could teach your elementary and middle school students more about the applications for the transitive property and the division property of equality. The commutative property of multiplication is also covered. Test your students' progress with the included quizzes.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
Commutative Property of Addition: Definition and Examples Students can discover how to use the commutative property.
Commutative Property of Multiplication: Definition and Examples In this lesson, students learn to apply the commutative property of multiplication.
The Multiplication Property of Zero: Definition and Examples Elementary and middle school students discover how this multiplication property works.
Distributive Property: Definition, Use and Examples Students learn how to solve mathematical problems with the distributive property.
Addition Property of Equality: Definition and Example Students are encouraged to complete examples involving this addition property.
Subtraction Property of Equality: Definition and Example Students discover how to apply the subtraction property.
Multiplication Property of Equality: Definition and Example In this lesson, students explore math operations involving this multiplication property.
Division Property of Equality: Definition and Example Elementary and middle schoolers complete examples demonstrating the use of the division property.
Reflexive Property of Equality: Definition and Examples The instructor explain the necessity of the reflexive property.
Symmetric Property of Equality: Definition and Examples Students learn to write examples and non-examples of equations that use the symmetric property.
Transitive Property of Equality: Definition and Example Instructors teach students how to apply the transitive property of equality.

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