

Commutative Property DefinitionDefinition: The Commutative property states that order does not matter. Multiplication and addition are commutative.
Examples of the Commutative Property for Addition
Examples of the Commutative Property for Multiplication
Non Examples of the Commutative Property
Subtraction (Not Commutative)
Subtraction is probably an example that you know, intuitively, is not commutative .
In addition, division, compositions of functions and matrix multiplication are two well known examples that are not commutative..
Division (Not Commutative)
Division is probably an example that you know, intuitively, is not commutative .
In addition, division, compositions of functions and matrix multiplication are two well known examples that are not commutative..
