It is the commutative property of addition.
No. It is the identity property of addition. The commutative property of addition states that numbers can be added in any order to get the same result. For example, 3 + 2 = 2 + 3.
Addition and multiplication are commutative. That's the property you're looking for.
It is not clear from the question whether you mean the numbers can be in any order (commutative property) or the operation of addition can be in any order (associative property). Commmutativity: a+b = b+a Associativity (a+b)+c = a+(b+c)
the addition property for 6 plus 7 equals 7 plus 6 is the commutative property. This property states that - when two numbers are added, the sum is the same regardless of the order of the addends.
The commutative property basically states that numbers can be added or subtracted in any order.
The commutative property of addition and the commutative property of multiplication.
That is the commutative property. Formally, A + B = B + A. The word "commutative" comes from a root meaning "to move around."
The commutative or Abelian property.
The associative property.
I don't know which of these are 'first', but there is the:Identity Property - you can add zero and get the same number back.Commutative Property - numbers can be added in any order and get the same result.Associative Property - numbers can be grouped in parenthesis and added without changing the resulting sum.