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# The order of the whole numbers does not matter while performing the addition operation. Why ?

Addition of whole numbers is commutative. It means that order of the whole numbers does not matter while performing the addition operation.

Example 3 + 5 = 8

and 5 + 3 =8.

So adding 3 and 5 in any order gives same result

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