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10-3-02 2.6 rules mulpication

10-3-02 2.6 rules mulpication - -a)b=a-b)=-ab-a-b)=ab tules...

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10-3-02 2.6 rules mulpication Indetey prop for multlycation A*1=a Mult pro of 0 A*0=0 Mult pro of -1 (-1)a=-a prop of oppisists in products
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Unformatted text preview: (-a)b=a(-b)=-ab (-a)(-b)=ab tules 4 multiplying p*p=p n*n=p P*n=n N*p=p...
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