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## Commutative Property

 Addition of Integers Addition of Whole Numbers Division of integers Division of Whole Numbers Multiplication of Integers Multiplication of Whole Numbers Subtraction of Integers Subtraction of Whole Numbers

 Explanation :- Commuting means interchanging. Commutative Property explains that on changing the order of whole numbers or integers in an expression, the result changes or not. Addition and Multiplication are Commutative, while Division and Subtraction are Not Commutative The Commutative Property further divided into :- Addition of Integers Addition of Whole Numbers Division of Integers Division of Whole Numbers Multiplication of Integers Multiplication of Whole Numbers Subtraction of Integers Subtraction of Whole Numbers Detail discussion of these topics is available in the above links.

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