Q: What is communative property in math?

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

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

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It is the commutative property of multiplication.

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

5*4 = 4*5

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

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

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

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.

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

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.