What is commutative law - Definition and Meaning

Commutative Law :

Any operation * which satisfies the condition is a*b = b*a is called commutative. Commutative law is applicable to addition and multiplication and not to subtraction and division.


Formula :

a * b = b * a where * is addition or multiplication.

Example :

a = 3, b = 5. In addition, a+b = b+a, 3+5 = 5+3 = 8. In multiplication, a×b = b×a, 3×5 = 5×3 = 15.
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