# Identity Property of Multiplication

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Definition
 Identity property of Multiplication When a number One is multiplied by any real number the number remains unchanged, i.e. it does not looses its identity. The number One is called the identity element and this property is called Identity property of Multiplication

## Examples

$-56.87\times1=-56.87$

$786\times1=786$