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## Commutative Property (Division of integers) : Solved Examples

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 Explain division is not commutative for integers; with the help of one negative integers and one positive integer. Assume negative integers as (-365) & positive integers as 911 Divide (-365) by 911 and we get: (-365) ÷ 911 = (-0.401) .......….....(1) Now, divide 911 by (-365) and we get: 911 ÷ (-365) = (-2.496)............(2) From statement (1) & (2), we observe that on changing the order of given integers in division expression, the results also changes. Hence, we can say that division in not commutative for integers.

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