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A transitive property in mathematics is a relation that extends over things in a particular way. For example, “is greater than.” If X is greater than Y, and Y is greater than Z, then X is greater than Z.What is a transitive property of equality?
The transitive property of equality is that, if M equals N, and N equals P, then M also equals P. The transitive property of inequality states that if M is greater than N and N is greater than P, then M is also greater than P. The transitive property of inequality also holds true for less than, greater than or equal to, and less than or equal to.What is a reflexive property in geometry?
The reflexive property of congruence is used to prove congruence of geometric figures. This property is used when a figure is congruent to itself. Angles, line segments, and geometric figures can be congruent to themselves. Congruence is when figures have the same shape and size.