If the action is multiply the number by 12, the inverse operation is n/12. If the action is multiply 12 by n, the inverse operation is 12/n.
Divide by -6.
It is a second operation that "undoes" the first.For example, the inverse of "add 2" is "subtract 2";the inverse of "divide by 7" is "multiply by 7";the inverse of "take the reciprocal" is "take the reciprocal".
Divide by 12 (or multiply by 0.833...). The problem with the second option is that it is a non-terminating (infinite) decimal.
An inverse operation reverses an affect of another operation. Addition is the inverse operation of subtraction. So are multiplication and subtraction.
Multiplication is the inverse operation of division.
3020 is a number, not an operation. A number cannot have an inverse operation.
"opposite" operation. The inverse of subtraction is addition; the inverse operation of multiplication is division.
Square root is the inverse operation of a square.
The inverse operation of addition is subtraction. The inverse multiplication by a number other than 0 is division. Multiplication by 0 does not have an inverse operation.
Addition is the inverse operation of subtraction and multiplication is the inverse operation of division. The word inverse means "opposite".
An inverse operation is when you do the opisite in math. For example when you subtract the inverse operation is to add.
The inverse operation is just the opposite operation, for example addition is the inverse of subtraction, and vice verso
This is called an inverse operation.
An "inverse operation" is an operation that is in a certain way the "opposite" of another operation. For example, subtraction is the inverse of addition, division is the inverse of multiplication. Performing the inverse operation will restore the initial value. Example : 6 divided by 3 equals 2, multiplied by 3 is 6 again.
Definition of Inverse OperationTwo operations are said to be Inverse to each other if one operation undoes the effect of the other operation.More about Inverse OperationAddition and subtraction are inverse operations of each other.Multiplication and division are inverse operations of each other.Examples of Inverse OperationThe inverse operation of "10 + 9 = 19" is "19 - 9 = 10", or vice-versa.The inverse operation of "7 Ã— 9 = 63" is "63 Ã· 9 = 7", or vice-versa.Solved Example on Inverse OperationQ. The inverse operation for 14 Ã— 4 = 56. A. 56 Ã· 4 = 14
well the inverse operation of subtraction is addition and the inverse of 5 is -5. So it would be +5.
I had a inverse operation :)
Among other things, taking an inverse operation is a convenient method of solving equations.
It's the opposite of some sort of operation like the inverse operation of subtraction would be addition.
The inverse operation of addition would be subtraction. The inverse operation of subtraction would be addition. The inverse operation of multiplication is division and the inverse operation of division is multiplication. It is called the inverse operation because you are reversing the equation. If you add, subtract, multiply, or divide the same number on each side of the equation, then the equation would still be true. As long as you are doing the same thing on BOTH side of the equation. The reciprocal is used for dividing fractions. All you have to do for finding the reciprocal of a fraction is flip the fraction. Ex: The reciprocal of 1/4 is 4. The reciprocal of 5/8 is 8/5. You can check by multiplying the two fractions. It will equal to one if you did it right. I hope this helped a little bit.