# is commutative and associative property same?

NO

com. property  is  a+b=b+a  or   a*b=b*a

but ass. property is    a+(b+c)=(a+b)+c    or  a*(b*c)=(a*b)*c

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no

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no..........

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no they are very different from each other

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Associative property is not same as commutative property.

Let a and b be two whole numbers.
Commutative property:
a b = b + a (Commutative property of addition)
a � b = b � a. (Commutative property of multiplication)

Let ab and c be three whole numbers.
Associative property:
a + (b + c) = (a + b) + c (Associative property of addition)
� (b � c) = (� b) � c (Associative property of multiplication)

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COMMUTATIVE AND ASSOCIATIVE PROPERTY ARE NOT SAME.

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no they are not the the same they are diffrent go to youtube type associative property to know more about it hope it helped

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no they are not same.

suppose we have the numbers 3,4,5.

associative law= 3+(4+5)=(3+4)+5

commutative law=3+5+4=3+4+5

so in associative law we can group them any way but the answer will remain same and in commutative law you can change the position of the numbers but the answer will remain the same.

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