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 Associative Property of Addition:  The sum of a set of numbers is the same no matter how the numbers are grouped.

A group of three friends are going to the movies together, but they are driving in two separate cars. Tony is driving his car and Sara is driving her car. The passenger, Juanita, can ride with Tony or Sara. Either way, all of the friends will end up at the same place, the movie theater.