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Properties of Multiplication of Integers - Commutative Property of Multiplication of Integers

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Commutative Property Of Multiplication of Integers:

We know that multiplication is commutative for whole numbers.

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Statement 2

Inference

3 × (– 4) = - 12 (- 4) × 3 = – 12 3 × (– 4) = (- 4) × 3
( - 30) × 12 = - 360 12 × ( - 30) = - 360 ( - 30) × 12 = 12 × ( - 30)
( - 15) × (- 10) = 150 (- 10) × ( - 15) = 150 ( - 15) × (- 10) = (- 10) × ( - 15)
(- 35) × (- 12) = 420 (- 12) × (- 35) = 420 (- 35) × (- 12) = (- 12) × (- 35)
( -17) × 0 = 0 0 × (-17) = 0 ( -17) × 0 = 0 × (-17)

Multiplication is commutative for integers.

That is, a × b = b × a for any integers a, and b.

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