An AG-groupoid is an algebraic structure that lies in between a groupoid and a commutative semigroup. It has many characteristics similar to that of a commutative semigroup. If we consider x^2y^2= y^2x^2, which holds for all x, y in a commutative semigroup, on the other hand one can easily see that it holds in an AG-groupoid with left identity e and in AG**-groupoids. This simply gives that how an AG-groupoid has closed connections with commutative algebras. We extend now for the first time the AG-Groupoid to the Neutrosophic AG-Groupoid. A neutrosophic AG-groupoid is a neutrosophic algebraic structure that lies between a neutrosophic groupoid and a neutrosophic commutative semigroup.
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