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There is no such thing as an "associative property for subtraction". In the case of addition, for example:

(10 + 6) + 3 = 10 + (6 + 3)

For subtraction, the following statement is incorrect:

(10 - 6) - 3 = 10 - (6 - 3)

Try it out - it doesn't evaluate to the same number.

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