# Math Practice Topic: Commutative Property 1

 Description: Completion of equations that demonstrate the commutative property using addition. For example, since 8+6=14, 6+8=14. Adaptive Learning Progression: Starts with visuals, then builds up a deep understanding using just equations. Start using MathScore for free

## Sample Levels (out of 4)

The commutative property of addition means order does not matter, so what is the other way of adding these numbers?

1.

 + = 4 + 2
 + 1 + 5
 + 2 + 4
 6
 + 4 + 2
 None of the above
2.

 + = 5 + 3
 + 1 + 7
 + 2 + 6
 8
 + 5 + 3
 None of the above
3.

 + = 4 + 5
 + 3 + 6
 9
 + 6 + 3
 + 7 + 2
 None of the above

The commutative property of addition means order does not matter, so what is the other way of adding these numbers?

 1 If 5 + 3 = 8, then 3 + 5 = 2 Rewrite the expression 3 + 1 using the commutative property. 3 9 + 2 = + 4 If 4 + 8 = 12, then 8 + 4 =

1.
Which equation(s) show the commutative property?
 7 - 5 = 5 - 7
 4 + 5 + 9 = 9 + 4
 2 + 5 = 6 + 1
 3 + 9 = 3 + 9
 none of the above
2.
Rewrite the expression 226 + 115 using the commutative property.
3.
Which equation(s) show the commutative property?