Q: Communative property of addition

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No idea what the communative property is. The commutative property for addition is that a + b = b + a. Similarly, for multiplication, a*b = b*a

The property is the same, whether you work with integers, decimals, or fractions.

The communative property is that if you switch digits around in an equation that is multiplication or addition, you get the same outcome anyway. Examples: 6x3=18 3x6=18 4+28=32 28+4=32

5*4 = 4*5

No, communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. It is the commutative property of the multiplication - not of any particular number.

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No idea what the communative property is. The commutative property for addition is that a + b = b + a. Similarly, for multiplication, a*b = b*a

The property is the same, whether you work with integers, decimals, or fractions.

Using the communative property of both addition and multiplication, 11+ab could be rewritten as ab+11, 11+ba or ba+11.

It is the commutative property of multiplication.

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The communative property is that if you switch digits around in an equation that is multiplication or addition, you get the same outcome anyway. Examples: 6x3=18 3x6=18 4+28=32 28+4=32

communative property is when you are adding or subtracting any numbers it doesnt matter how u write them.....

I'm pretty sure it is the communative property.

9+4=4+9 OR 9x4=4x9

5*4 = 4*5

The communative property of addition is that numbers can be added in any order the answer stays the same.Example: 7+6+4 is the same as 6+4+7

No, communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. It is the commutative property of the multiplication - not of any particular number.