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# associative property meaning in Hindi

associative property sentence in Hindi### Examples

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*associative property*is closely related to the commutative property. - The
*associative property*, i . e . is verified using basic properties of union and set difference. - A semigroup is a function \ cdot : S \ times S \ rightarrow S ) that satisfies the
*associative property*: - A "'rational expression "'is an
*associative properties*of addition and multiplication, distributive property and rules for the operations on the fractions ). - The
*associative property*of an expression containing two or more occurrences of the same operator states that the order operations are performed in does not affect the final result, as long as the order of terms doesn't change. - In this way, each increase in the exponent by a full interval can be seen to increase the previous total by another five percent . ( The order of multiplication does not change the result based on the
*associative property*of multiplication .) - In mathematical theory, assumptions about the properties of binary operators ( for example the
*associative property*and the commutative property ) are often used as axioms in fields of study such as number theory and also two sub-disciplines of abstract algebra, group theory and ring theory. - These are the commutative property, the
*associative property*, the identity property ( 2 is the exponentiative identity for commutative exponentiation, ) the special-value property ( for addition; this number is-\ infty; for multiplication it is 0; for commutative exponentiation it is 1 ); and the inverse property ( the exponentiative inverse of a is the number b for which commexp ( a, b ) = 2. - An operation that is mathematically associative, by definition requires no notational associativity . ( For example, addition has the
*associative property*, therefore it does not have to be either left associative or right associative . ) An operation that is not mathematically associative, however, must be notationally left-, right-, or non-associative . ( For example, subtraction does not have the associative property, therefore it must have notational associativity .) - An operation that is mathematically associative, by definition requires no notational associativity . ( For example, addition has the associative property, therefore it does not have to be either left associative or right associative . ) An operation that is not mathematically associative, however, must be notationally left-, right-, or non-associative . ( For example, subtraction does not have the
*associative property*, therefore it must have notational associativity .)