Q: What does operation mean in math?

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Operation in math means an equation. When your teacher(just an example)says solve this operation, they want you to solve the operation, or equation.

add muliply subtract and divide

The quantity subtracted.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

the math operation that is the product is the anwser.

by doing one operation ( +,-,x,/) you will get the answer to the problem. You have to pick the correct operation.

The inverse operation is just the opposite operation, for example addition is the inverse of subtraction, and vice verso

any operation

Operation means that going from the left to the right of your equation, multiplication and division must always be done first before doing addition and subtraction

An inverse operation is when you do the opisite in math. For example when you subtract the inverse operation is to add.

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Multiply

Division

The answer is I dont like math sorry!! :D

There is > and + is all i know Subtraction: 50 decreased by 10 is the same as 50 - 10.

divide

Is an operation.

Multiplication

The word (difference) in the question is indicating that you need to subtract. In a math operation, when you see the words difference, how much more, or exceed these all mean you need to subtract.

math addition subtracion multiplication

Algebra

x - + /

Multiplication.

Division.

That depends on what math operation you are doing with them.