# SOLUTION: is xz+xy = xz+yz and xz+xy = xy + xz both using the commutative property of multiplicaction?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Distributive-associative-commutative-properties Question 311581: is xz+xy = xz+yz and xz+xy = xy + xz both using the commutative property of multiplicaction?Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!is xz+xy = xz+yz --- The terms have been cummuted under the commutative addition property. ------------------------------------------ and xz+xy = xy + xz The terms are commuted under addition and the factors of one of the terms are commuted under multiplication. ------------------------------------------ --------------------- Cheers, Stan H.