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binary operation
m.n=m2+n is associative or commutative?

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well, try it and see:

(a.b).c = (a^2+b).c = (a^2+b)^2 + c
a.(b.c) = a.(b^2+c) = a^2+(b^2+c)
not the same at all

a.b = a^2+b
b.a = b^2+a
not the same at all

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which one is it steve

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associative

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