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Commutative Property (Addition of Integers) : Solved Examples

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Prove Addition is commutative for integers with the help of one positive integers & one negative integer i.e. 113 & (-247)
Addition is commutative for integers this means that even if we change the order of integers in addition expression, the result remains same

So let's check this by adding the given integers in different orders.

Order 1 = 113 + (-247)

On addition, we get:

= (-134)

Now interchange the order of given integers in Order 2.

Order 2 = (-247) + 113

On addition, we get:
= (-134)

Now in both " Order 1 and Order 2 " the result of addition is same i.e. (-134).

So, this proves that " Addition is commutative for integers "

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