Explain commutative property for multiplication of whole numbers, with variables p and q. 
Commutative Property for multiplication of whole numbers says that "e; even if we change the order of whole numbers in multiplication expression, the result remains same "e;.
So when variables p and q; applied to commutative property of addition of whole numbers, we get
p X q = q X p
or we can also say
pq = qp 
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