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What is commutative property of addition?
The commutative property of addition says we can change the order of the terms and the result is the same.
Thus a+b=b+a.
This is one of the field properties of the real numbers.
This site explains the commutative property of addition.
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I am having trouble "working out" 5th grade problems for" properties of addition" can anyone please help!
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