| Max Fogiel - Business & Economics - 1985 - 326 pages
...) If equal quantities are added to unequal quantities, the sums are unequal and in the same order. **(If a< b and c = d, then a + c <b + d. ) If** unequal quantities are subtracted from equal quantities, the differences are unequal and in the opposite... | |
| Ben Jacobs - Mathematics - 2006 - 160 pages
...Multiplication Property Substitution Property Distributive Property If a — b, then b — a. Also, a — a. **If a — b and c — d, then a + c — b + d. If a — b,** then ac = bc If a — b, then a or b can be substituted for the other in any mathematical expression.... | |
| ...order. If unequals are added to unequals of the same order, the sums are unequal in the same order. **If a > b and c = d, then a + c > b + d If a > b** and c > d, then a + c> b + d. Ax. 14. If equals are subtracted from unequals, the remainders are unequal... | |
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