What is reflexive property of equality?
The reflexive property of equality says that anything is equal to itself. In symbols, A = A. Equality also has the symmetric property, "If A = B, then B = A", and the transitive property, "If A = B and B = C, then A = C".
the previous statement is correct, however their is a proof that this theory is incorrect. I will not say it because then you will just tell your math teachers that it is your idea.
Bill Door- However, that "proof" is an invalid one because it relies upon dividing by zero, which is nonsense.
Properties of Equalities Addition Property of Equality (If a=b, then a+c = b+c) Subtraction Property of Equality (If a=b, then a-c = b-c) Multiplication Property of Equality (If a=b, then ac = bc) Division Property of Equality (If a=b and c=/(Not equal) to 0, then a over c=b over c) Reflexive Property of Equality (a=a) Symmetric Property of Equality (If a=b, then b=a) Transitive Property of Equality (If a=b and b=c, then a=c) Substitution Property…