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Addition Property of Equality

Rule

Addition Property of Equality

Given an equation, adding the same number to both sides of the equation yields an equivalent equation.

If then

The Addition Property of Equality also holds true if and are complex numbers. This property is one of the Properties of Equality that can be used when solving equations. To isolate the variable, the subtraction of can be eliminated by adding to both sides of the equation, since addition is the inverse operation of subtraction.