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Which property is illustrated by the following statement

(3z)xy=3(zx)y
Associative property of multiplication
Communative property of Multiplication
Inverse property of multiplication
Communative of Addition
My answer is commnative property of addition am I right?

  • Property help -

    Nope. Associative.
    Commutative would be something line

    (3z)xy = xy(3z) = (3z)yx

    where two multiplicands are swapped.

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