Commutative property:

The commutative property states that the change in the order of two numbers on binary operation does not change the result. a+b = b+a a*b = b*a here binary operation could be any one of the four fundamental operations i.e., +,-,*,÷ |

**Whole Numbers:**

Addition |
2,3 are whole numbers 2+3=5 and 3+2=5 2+3=3+2 |
Addition is commutative in w. |

Subtraction | Is 3-2=2-3? | Subtraction is not commutative |

Multiplication | 2*3=3*2=6 | Multiplication is commutative |

Division |
4÷2=? 2÷ 4=? Is 4÷2=2÷ 4 ? |
Division is not commutative |

**Integers:**

Addition | 2+3=3+2=5 | Addition is commutative in integers. |

Subtraction |
2,3 are integers 2-(3)=? (3)-2=? is 2-(3)=(3)-2=? |
Subtraction is not commutative. |

Multiplication | 2*3=3*2=6 | Multiplication is commutative. |

Division |
2/3=0.6 3/2=1.5 |
Division is not commutative in integers. |