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Q: What is communative property in math?
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What does communative mean in math?

Communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. It has no meaning in math. Communative does not mean anything - in math or elsewhere.

What is communative property look like?

No idea what the communative property is. The commutative property for addition is that a + b = b + a. Similarly, for multiplication, a*b = b*a

What property is used for 5(y plus 7)?


What property is this (4x8)x3 (8x4)x3?

It is the commutative property of multiplication.

What is comunitative property?

communative property is when you are adding or subtracting any numbers it doesnt matter how u write them.....

What is the communative property for 5 times 4?

5*4 = 4*5

How do you write an equivalent expression using the communative property with 11 plus ab?

Using the communative property of both addition and multiplication, 11+ab could be rewritten as ab+11, 11+ba or ba+11.

What is the definition of the communative property of addition usind decimals?

The property is the same, whether you work with integers, decimals, or fractions.

Is 8x 10x7 8x10 x7 a communative property of one?

No, communitive means of, or belonging to, a community. It is the commutative property of the multiplication - not of any particular number.

What is the definition of the communative property in math?

The commutative property of an operation ~, defined on a set S requires that: for any two elements of S, say x and y, x ~ y = y ~ x Familiar examples are ~ = addition or multiplication and S is a subset of numbers. But note that multiplication is not commutative over matrices.

What is the community property?

Idk do u know dat is y i asked r u a n**********

Subtracion of a whole number is communative?

Who knows - there appears to be no such word as communative! So maybe it is communative and maybe it is not.If, however, you meant commutative which, is a mathematical term, then the answer is no, subtraction is not commutative.