Explain division is not commutative for integers; with the help of two positive integers. 
Explain division is not commutative for integers; with the help of two negative integers. 
Explain division is not commutative for integers; with the help of one negative integers and one positive integer. 
If p = 7 and q = 49 , explain commutative property of division of integers, which says that (p ÷ q) ≠ (q ÷ p). 
If a = (86) and b = (42) , explain commutative property of division of integers, which says that (a ÷ b) ≠ (b ÷ a). 
If x = 111 and y = (222), explain commutative property of division of integers, which says that (x ÷ y) ≠ (y ÷ x). 
