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Q: Is 6 plus negative 6 equals 0 additive inverse property?

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No.. if you write 7/2 as -7/2, then that's additive inverse property.

Additive inverse of a number a is that number which on addition with a gives 0.7 is additive inverse of -7.The property shown is additive inverse property because the addition yields 0.

Additive Inverse

the additive inverse property states that a number plus it's opposite equals zero. in other words, x + (-x) = 0 example: 5 + (-5) = 0

Zero is the additive identity.

The existence, for the number 18, of an additive inverse which is -18.

6 , times negative six equals one

Zero is the additive identity element.

The existence of the additive inverse (of ab).

The additive inverse of a number is a number, when added to the original number, equals 0. Here, that number would be 75.

We are talking group theory here. A group with addition has an additive inverse. A group with multiplication has a multiplicative inverse. The additive inverse of a number x is a y with x + y = 0. The additive inverse of x is written -x. Hence, the additive inverse of 9.1 equals -9.1. The reason that this question can arise is that beyond groups, there are rings and fields. Rings and fields have, besides addition, also multiplication. An element can have an additive inverse and a multiplicative inverse at the same time.

No. This is because absolute values are always positive. For example: |2|=2 absolute value Additive inverse means the opposite sign of that number so 2's additive inverse is -2. But sometimes if the number is -2 then the additive inverse equals the absolute value. therefore the answer is sometimes

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