What is the commutative property of multiplication ? Definition and examples.

The commutative property of multiplication states that the order in which two numbers are multiplied does not change their product.

In general, for all terms or numbers a and b, a ×  b = b ×  a

Commutative property of multiplication

Other examples of commutative property of multiplication.

× 3 = × 5

× 9 = × 1

× y = × x

× h = × 2

length  × width = width  × length

× 9s = 9s  × k

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