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Q: What does Associative Property not work for which operations?

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16x6 cannot have the associative property. The associative property requires two [identical] operations, applied to 3 variables. There are not enough operations nor variables/numbers in the question.

The associative property is the property that a * (b * c) = (a * b) * c for any binary operation *. Addition and multiplication are associative, but these are definitely not the only two operations that obey this property.

Associative property does not work with subtraction because not all numbers can be subtracted and have the same results............

there is not division for the associative property

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16x6 cannot have the associative property. The associative property requires two [identical] operations, applied to 3 variables. There are not enough operations nor variables/numbers in the question.

No because the associative property can be found in other operations as well.

The associative property is the property that a * (b * c) = (a * b) * c for any binary operation *. Addition and multiplication are associative, but these are definitely not the only two operations that obey this property.

The common operations of arithmetic for which it holds are addition and multiplication.

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Associative property does not work with subtraction because not all numbers can be subtracted and have the same results............

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there is not division for the associative property

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