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## Renee is simplifying the expression (7) (13/29) (1/7).She recognizes that 7 and 1/7 are reciprocals, so she would like to find their product

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Renee is simplifying the expression (7) (13/29) (1/7).She recognizes that 7 and 1/7 are reciprocals, so she would like to find their product before she multiplies by 13/29. Which property will allow Renee to do this without changing the value of the expression

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Answer:There’s one important property which states that when a number is multiplied by its reciprocal, equals 1.

The commutative property of multiplication states that two or more numbers can be multiplied in any order, therefore, the expression: (7)×(13/29)×(1/7) can be changed to (7)×(1/7)×(13/29) and the result won’t be altered.

Now, given that 7 and 1/7 are reciprocals, the result is 1. Therefore, the result of the multiplication equals (13/29)

Answer:communitive property

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