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2) Commutative Property of Multiplication:- According to it changing the order of factors does not change the product. That is, a × b = b × a.

Posted on Jul 21, 2010

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

In fact you will use the associative property and the commutative property.

52+36+8+4=52+8+36+4=(52+8)+(36+4)

36+4=40

52+8=60

60+40=100.

52+36+8+4=52+8+36+4=(52+8)+(36+4)

36+4=40

52+8=60

60+40=100.

Oct 02, 2014 | Computers & Internet

A mathematical operation ( lets call op, it can be addition or multiplication) such that

a (op) b= b(op) a

Examples:

if op is the addition then 3+5=5+3=8

if operation is multiplication then 3*5=5*3=15

If the result of an operation involving two numbers is the same regardless of which number is first or second, the operation is said to**be commutative**, or to verify (satisfy) the commutative property.

**Examples of non commutative operations.**

2/3 =0.666, but 3/2 =1,5. The two results are different and the division operation is NOT commutative.

Similarly, 2-3 =-1, but 3-2 =1. Again the subtraction is NOT commutative.

Other example: In the morning Shower then dress, or Dress then shower. Clearly the results are quite different.

a (op) b= b(op) a

Examples:

if op is the addition then 3+5=5+3=8

if operation is multiplication then 3*5=5*3=15

If the result of an operation involving two numbers is the same regardless of which number is first or second, the operation is said to

2/3 =0.666, but 3/2 =1,5. The two results are different and the division operation is NOT commutative.

Similarly, 2-3 =-1, but 3-2 =1. Again the subtraction is NOT commutative.

Other example: In the morning Shower then dress, or Dress then shower. Clearly the results are quite different.

Sep 03, 2014 | Computers & Internet

If there was a question it is not clear. I will show you what commutativity works. Whether that answers your lack of question remains to be seen.

Commutativity of multiplication (or the commutative property of multiplication) means that the order of the factors in a product does not affect the result. In other word, the order of factors is unimportant.

3*7+2 =7*3+2=23

2*7*3=2*3*7=7*2*3=7*3*2=3*2*7=3*7*2=42

Commutativity of multiplication (or the commutative property of multiplication) means that the order of the factors in a product does not affect the result. In other word, the order of factors is unimportant.

3*7+2 =7*3+2=23

2*7*3=2*3*7=7*2*3=7*3*2=3*2*7=3*7*2=42

Mar 28, 2014 | Office Equipment & Supplies

An operation is said to be commutative if the order of the operands does not change the result.

Let an operation be called O.

If aOb=bOa the operation is called commutative.

Addition and multiplication of real numbers are commutative

3+7=7+3

3*7=7*3

However division and subtraction are not commutative

3-7 is not = to 7-3

3/7 is not = to 7/3.

That is the gist of it.

Let an operation be called O.

If aOb=bOa the operation is called commutative.

Addition and multiplication of real numbers are commutative

3+7=7+3

3*7=7*3

However division and subtraction are not commutative

3-7 is not = to 7-3

3/7 is not = to 7/3.

That is the gist of it.

Oct 24, 2013 | Computers & Internet

Didn't anyone reply? It just means a+b is the same result as b+a. For example a/b is not commutative.

Aug 21, 2013 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

Multiplication is commutative. That means that the order of the factors will not affect the product.

5x4=4x5=20.

5x4=4x5=20.

Nov 08, 2012 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

That's called the commutative property of addition. The sum is the same regardless of the order of the addends (the numbers being added).

Sep 19, 2011 | Computers & Internet

If you are asking about** The Parts of a Multiplication Sentence**, answers are:

5x2 = 10

The number**5** is the **multiplicand**
The number **2** is the **multiplier**
The answer, which is **10** is the **produc**t.

If in case you are looking for**The Properties of Multiplication**:

a.**Commutative or order property**
b. **Associative or grouping property**
c.** Distributive property**
d. **Identity element or property of one**
e. **Zero property**

Hope that helps!

5x2 = 10

The number

If in case you are looking for

a.

Hope that helps!

Jul 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

> 1/3 x 2/5 = ?
Multiplication and division are "commutative" operations.
So, (1 x 2) / (3 x 5) is equivalent.
Simplify to get: (2) / (15)

Jun 26, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Hii,here is list of basic real numbers properties applying them you can solve the problems easily.

Assuming a,b,c,d are real numbers:

**1)Commutative Property **

**a) Property of Addition**: a+b = b+a

**b)Property of Multiplication**: ab = ba

**2)Associative Property **

**a)Property of Addition**: (a+b) + c = a + (b + c)

**b)Property of Multiplication**: ( ab )c = a ( bc )

**3)Additive Identity**:

a+0 = a where 0 is the additive identity

**4)Additive Inverse**:

For real number a, there exists -a such that

a+(-a) = 0

**5)Multiplicative Identity**:

For real number a,

1 X a = a

where 1 is the multiplicative identity

**6)Multiplicative Inverse**:

For real number X where a≠0, there exists 1/asuch that

a X(1/a) = 1

**7)Zero Product Law**:

If ab = 0, then a=0 or b=0 or both a and b = 0.

**8)Distributive Properties**:

**a)Left distributive law**

a (b + c ) = ab + ac

** b)Right distributive law**

(a + b) c = ac+ bc

Assuming a,b,c,d are real numbers:

a+0 = a where 0 is the additive identity

For real number a, there exists -a such that

a+(-a) = 0

For real number a,

1 X a = a

where 1 is the multiplicative identity

For real number X where a≠0, there exists 1/asuch that

a X(1/a) = 1

If ab = 0, then a=0 or b=0 or both a and b = 0.

a (b + c ) = ab + ac

(a + b) c = ac+ bc

Jun 09, 2010 | Vivendi Excel@ Mathematics Study Skills...

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