The zero property of multiplication states that the product of any number and zero is equal to zero.
In other words, for any number a, a × 0 = 0
Examples
9 × 0 = 0
-12 × 0 = 0
1/14 × 0 = 0
65411154 × 0 = 0
The zero property of multiplication can also apply to numerical and algebraic expressions.
The product of any numerical or algebraic expression and 0 is equal to zero.
Examples
(16 + 2) × 0 = 0
(x^{3} + 4x^{2} - 8) × 0 = 0
(6 × 2 -7) × 0 = 0
(e^{x} + 2) × 0 = 0
The zero property of multiplication is also called multiplication property of zero.
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