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---> ab =36

Now , can you find what will be the value of "ab" ?

ab=36 ?

100010 =36

but how i find value of a and b ?

Yes right @aman07

OK let me think for what to do after this, wait!

ok

well i knw to do that ..but there is some method using identity element and stuff

http://www.math.csusb.edu/notes/binop/node2.html
I saw something here

:( i have that already in text.. i am stuck in this particular qn :(

wth ??

ok

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ok

We don't have sufficient information in this question.

Do you have the answer?

no i do not have

there are infinite ordered pairs of \((a,b)\).

but that values is where I am stuck ...

lol, interesting question and interesting asker

If you want to find \(ab\), then it's 36 :-)

where

can u explain it step by step pleas e?

why doesnt b*a imply ba ?

i dont get the step ab=36 then how u write xa=36 ?

because * (it is the star operator not multiplications) they are not equal

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b can be any number

do u know the defination of the binary operator

yes

are doing Groups (abstract algebra)