#### Answer

No, it does not. The positions (or order) of the factors were changed, so the statement illustrates the commutative property of multiplication.

#### Work Step by Step

The commutative property of multiplication states that for any real numbers $a, b, $ and $c$:
$a \cdot (b \cdot c)= a \cdot (c \cdot b)$
The associative property of multiplication states that for any real numbers $a, b, $ and $c$:
$a \cdot (b \cdot c)= (a \cdot b) \cdot c$
Thus, the given statement illustrates the commutative property as the positions of $c$ and $b$ were switched.