Math K-Plus

Definition Of Identity Property Of Multiplication

What Is Identity Property Of Multiplication?

This property is a subset of Properties Of Multiplication. To learn about other properties of multiplication see Properties Of Multiplication.

  • The multiplicative identity is 1; anything multiplied by one is itself. This is known as the identity property. Example:
    7 x 1 = 7

Property Example

Practical Example

Abstract Example

5 x 1 = 5
    5 = 5
a x 1 = a

If you want to learn about the Math Properties of Subtraction, Addition, or Division see Math Properties.