Algebra - Mulitplying terms - Commutative Law
Mulitplying terms - Commutative Law
When multiplying terms, we can insert the missing multiplication signs and
rearrange the numbers and the pronumerals. The numbers should always be
written first and the pronumerals second. Pronumerals should also be
written in alphabetical order.
It does not matter which order you do the multiplication. This is known as
the Commutative Law of Multiplication.
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