Solve (99 ÷ 18) and (18 ÷ 99). Are both same and what this property is known as ? 
Let's first solve (99 ÷ 18) and we get:
(99 ÷ 18) = 5.5
Now solve (18 ÷ 99) and we get:
(18 ÷ 99) = 0.1818
So, from above we can observe that
(99 ÷ 18) ≠ (18 ÷ 99)
This property is known as Commutative property for division of whole numbers which says that " when we change the order of whole numbers in division expression, the result also changes " 
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