Binary operation

A binary operation is a rule that combines two elements to form another element.

The most basic binary operations are the addition and multiplication of numbers in a set. For example, for  is a binary operation, where 1 and 2 are called the operands. In general, a binary operation is denoted by , where and are the operands and is the chosen binary operation.


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