IN MATH: 1. n. A principal involving the operations of addition and multiplication which states: THE PRODUCT OF A NUMBER AND THE SUM OF TWO OTHER NUMBERS IS THE SAME AS THE SUM OF THE PRODUCTS OF THE NUMBER AND EACH OF THE ORIGINAL ADDENDS.

IN ENGLISH: 1. same as above.

APPLICATION: See list 280.

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