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a×(b+c)=a+(b×c)
Asked by wirraswamy | 28 Apr, 2022, 02:50: PM
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ax(b+c) cannot be equal to a+(bxc)
Since, ax(b+c) = axb + axc and in a+(bxc), addition can't be distributed in multiplication
Answered by Renu Varma | 28 Apr, 2022, 06:20: PM

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