What is the distributive property for 36*5
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Split 36 into 30+6 so you can more easily do 5(30+6)=150+30=180.

(There's an easier way to do the problem which doesn't use the distributive property:

Since 5=10/2, add a zero to 36 to make 360 then divide by 2 to get 180.)
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