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Commutative Property (Multiplication of Whole Numbers) : Solved Examples

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If p = 77 and q = 11, Prove pq = qp And also write what this property is known as ?
Given p = 77, q = 11

Now, we have to prove:

pq = qp

Put the values of p and q from above and we get:

77 X 11 = 11 X 77

847 = 847

L.H.S. = R.H.S.

Hence proved pq = qp

This property is known as Commutative Property for Multiplication of Whole Numbers.

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