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A commutative operation is a binary operation in which

a * b = b * a

i.e. the order does not matter

That is, the order does not matter.

Examples of commutative operations are: addition or multiplication of integers.

Examples of commutative operations are:

* addition of integers

* addition of matrices

* multiplication of integers

Examples of non-commutative operations are: composition of functions or matrix multiplication

Examples of non-commutative operations are:

* composition of functions

* multiplication of matrices

* multiplication of quaternions