If p = 216 and q = 36, explain commutative property of division of whole numbers, which says that (p ÷ q) ≠ (q ÷ p). 
Put the values of p and q in (p ÷ q)
= (p ÷ q)
= (216 ÷ 36)
= 6 ..........(1)
Put the values of p and q in (q ÷ p)
= (q ÷ p)
= (36 ÷ 216)
= 0.1667 ..........(2)
From statement (1) & (2), we get
6 ≠ 0.1667
Or we can also say
(p ÷ q) ≠ (q ÷ p) 
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