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anonymous

  • one year ago

Could the task could be considered commutative? Why or why not? a. taking off shoes and socks b. putting on coat and boots c. mowing grass and trimming hedges d. reading a book and writing a good report on it e. turning on the air conditioner and radio while driving

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  1. Vocaloid
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    hm, this is an odd question, but I presume "commutative" means that the order does not make a difference

  2. Vocaloid
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    so, for example, for a: (taking off shoes and socks), does the order matter? is it possible to take off socks before taking off shoes?

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