Commutative Properties of Numbers

The commutative property is the property where the exchange position of a number will have the same value. 

This property only applies to addition and multiplication operations. 

For more details see the following example: 

Example 1: 

1+2+3=3+2+1=3+1+2=2+1+3=2+3+1=1+3+2. 

Example 2: 

5 - 2 = - 2 + 5 (-2 is a negative number).

Example 3: 

3 x 5 = 5 x 3 

Example 4: 

-5 x 3 = -3 x 5 (the - sign is concatenated with the invisible x operation). It can be written: -5 x 3 = - x 5 x 3. 

Read more:

Communitative Properties of Number

This is an explanation of the commutative property. The explanation above is very clear and does not mince words.

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