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# Commutative-law

noun, Logic.
1.
a law asserting that the order in which certain logical operations are performed is indifferent.
noun

in mathematics, a law stating that the order of the terms or factors is irrelevant in combining or multiplying quantities in algebra or arithmetic
Examples

Commutative law says that changing the order does not change the result.

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[kuh-myoo-tuh-tiv, kom-yuh-tey-tiv] /kəˈmyu tə tɪv, ˈkɒm yəˌteɪ tɪv/ adjective 1. of or relating to commutation, exchange, substitution, or interchange. 2. Mathematics. /kəˈmjuːtətɪv; ˈkɒmjʊˌteɪtɪv/ adjective 1. relating to or involving substitution 2. (maths, logic) adj. 1530s, from Medieval Latin commutativus, from Latin commutat-, past participle stem of commutare (see commute (v.)). commutative (kə-my’tə-tĭv, kŏm’yə-tā’tĭv) Of or […]

• Commutator

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• Commutator-group

noun, Mathematics. 1. the subgroup of a given group, which consists of all the commutators in the group.

• Commute

[kuh-myoot] /kəˈmyut/ verb (used with object), commuted, commuting. 1. to change (a prison sentence or other penalty) to a less severe one: The death sentence was commuted to life imprisonment. 2. to exchange for another or for something else; give and take reciprocally; interchange. 3. to change: to commute base metal into gold. 4. to […]

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