**Associative Property of Multiplication**

Assume that a, b, and c are real numbers, the **Associative Property of Multiplication** states that the product of a and b multiplied to c has the same value as multiplying a to the product of b and c. That means, the manner on how we group three or more numbers does not in any way affect or change their product.

This associative multiplication property can be summarized in equation form as \left( a\cdot b \right) \cdot c=a\cdot \left( b\cdot c \right) .