# Relocation Property (Multiplication and Division)

**Algebra**Level pending

The Relocation Property also works for multiplication and division. We simply remember that a multiplication or division sign must stay with the number following it when we do the rearranging.

Consider: \(33\times13\div2\div11\div13\times10\)

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Keeping in mind... Every Problem Tells a Story.

So show each derivation keeping in mind elegance, completeness, and compactness.

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