# Ch 15: Overview of Math Properties

Let us help you review basic math properties with this comprehensive chapter. Entertaining lessons and mini quizzes in this chapter can boost your knowledge of this subject in a short period of time to help you prepare for an exam or complete a class assignment.

## Overview of Math Properties - Chapter Summary

This chapter is filled with engaging lessons you can review to strengthen your understanding of various math properties. Whether you know a little or a lot about this subject, our instructors can help you gain full comprehension! Study the additive identity, inverse operations, the identity property and much more. When finished, you should be ready to:

• Define and provide examples of the commutative property
• Share the meaning and examples of the additive identity property
• Describe inverse operations in math
• List and describe four identity properties
• Provide examples of the associative property

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