03/25/2014, 12:34 AM

On the same branch I think it does.

See it like a vector space on a manifold.

The vector +a followed by the vector +b is the same as the vector +b followed by the vector +a.

Hence they commute.

On the complex field : +1 + i = +i + 1.

Or said even in another way : its like a square :

start at (0,0) going up and left = going left and up. ( you end in (1,-1) )

regards

tommy1729

See it like a vector space on a manifold.

The vector +a followed by the vector +b is the same as the vector +b followed by the vector +a.

Hence they commute.

On the complex field : +1 + i = +i + 1.

Or said even in another way : its like a square :

start at (0,0) going up and left = going left and up. ( you end in (1,-1) )

regards

tommy1729