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When Ted entered the class, Mr. McMurphy was teaching integers!! Ted didn’t even know what was going on in the class before, but, the moment he heard the word ‘integer’ from his mouth, he became super attentive. Suddenly, Mr. McMurphy started asking questions.

He said: “If you add or subtract two integers, the result will always be an integer. What is this property called?” Thinking that anytime he could ask him, Ted started looking at the book for the answer. To his relief, one of his classmates gave right answer. The right answer was -


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Associative Property

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Distributive Property

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Commutative Property

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D

Closure Property

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Solution

The correct option is D

Closure Property


This property is called Closure property. Result of addition or subtraction of two integers always results in an integer. In this way, integers are said to be closed under addition and subtraction.


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