Identity property is nothing but the initial product and the final product remains the same even after a process. In mathematics, multiplying with 1 or adding up 0 are the identity
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1. The idea behind the identity property, regardless of whether you're adding or multiplying, is that you can do something to a number and its value won't change. This may seem obvious
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identity property is any number added by 3 is equal to number itself. ex. 2+0+2+0+2+0+2=2 or in a simple way just right 2+0=3.
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In addition, adding 0 to a number leaves the number unchanged, or i...
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