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 Addition Property of Equality:  Adding the same number to each side of an equation produces an equivalent expression.


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Jon and Sally have the same salary for their job. If they both receive a raise of $2000, then the salary will still be the same. The power of this property is that the conclusion can be made without knowing the amount of their original salaries.