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## Commutative Property (Multiplication of Integers) : Solved Examples

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 We know that multiplication is commutative for whole numbers, does it apply same as on integers ? Let's check that if we change the order of integers in multiplication expression, the result remains same or not, and this can be checked as: Equation1: (-26) X 87 = 87 X (-26) On solving both side, we get: (-2262) = (-2262) Equation2: (-42) X (-96) = (-96) X (-42) On solving both side, we get: 4032 = 4032 Equation3: 64 X 35 = 35 X 64 On solving both side, we get: 2240 = 2240 In the above all equations, you can notice that L.H.S. = R.H.S., so we can that multiplication is commutative for integers also.

### Related Question Examples

 We know that multiplication is commutative for whole numbers, does it apply same as on integers ? Explain commutative property for multiplication of integers, with variables a and b. Prove multiplication is commutative for integers with the help of two negative integers i.e. (-6) & (-1). Prove multiplication is commutative for integers with the help of two positive integers i.e. 7 & 9. Prove multiplication is commutative for integers with the help of one positive integers & one negative integer i.e. 11 & (-2) If a = 58 and b = 2, Prove ab = ba. And also write what this property is known as ? If x = (-17) and y = 22, Prove xy = yx. And also write what this property is known as ? If p = (-39) and q = (-42), Prove pq = q + p. And also write what this property is known as ?

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