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An associative operation is a binary operation where (a * b) * c = a * (b * c) i.e neither operation takes priority (however order is still preserved). Examples of associative operations are: * multiplication of integers * intersection of sets. Examples of non-associative operations are: * subtraction of integers * exponentiation * averaging * vector cross product