A monoid is an algebraic structure consisting of a nonempty set and an associative binary operation closed on that set with an identity element for all elements in the set.

Commutative monoid

A commutative monoid (or abelian monoid) is a monoid with a binary operation that also satisfies commutativity on the set.

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