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Q: What is an communitive property of addition?

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The commutative property of addition is a fact that proves an answer is the same even if you switch the 2 numbers in the addition problem around. This only works with addition.

The commutative property is a mathematical property in which the order of the equation can be changed and still get the same answer. Addition is commutative because it doesn't matter what order the numbers you are adding are put in, they still add up to the same result.

The commutative property of multiplication is a x b = b x a. This property means that factors can be multiplied in any order and the product is always the same.

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

well the multiplacation proprties are: communitive property, identity property, zero property, and sorry i dont know the 4th one :/ :) ;) :( [[nyan cat love]]

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The commutative property of addition is a fact that proves an answer is the same even if you switch the 2 numbers in the addition problem around. This only works with addition.

Communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. Multiplication has no particular communitive property.

No , it is Communitive Property of addition. (:

Communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. No numbers has this property.

The commutative property is a mathematical property in which the order of the equation can be changed and still get the same answer. Addition is commutative because it doesn't matter what order the numbers you are adding are put in, they still add up to the same result.

It is not possible to answer the question that was asked because there is no such thing as a communitive property. In mathematics, the commutative property, in simple terms, states that the order in which elements appear does not matter. Thus, an example for addition: 2+5 = 5+2 (= 7) or for multiplication, 2*5 = 5*2 (=10)

x+0=x x+-x=0 (a+b)+c=b+(a+c) (a+b)+c=c+(b+a) Please note these are just formulas: -Additive ID -Additive Reciprocal -Associative Property of Addition -Communitive Property of Addition (also Reflexive Property)

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yes it does work for subtraction

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