Two operations that undo each other are called inverse operations. Examples are addition and subtraction, or multiplication and division.
Inverse operations, or reciprocals.
Operation, and inverse operation
the Inverse Operation. This answer is relative to math, and operations.
Operations that undo each other include: addition and subtraction multiplication and division powers and roots
Inverse operations, or opposite operations, undo one another. Subtraction undoes addition (and vice versa), and division undoes multiplication (and vice versa).
Inverse operations are opposite operations that undo each other. Addition and subtraction are inverse operations. Multiplication and division are inverse operations.
Inverse operations. Additive inverse is not one operation but they are elements of a set.
Operations that undo each other are called inverse operations. Division is the inverse of multiplication as it undoes the multiplication. eg 3 × 7 = 21; 21 ÷ 7 = 3. Note that there is NO inverse for multiplying by 0.
how does multiplication and division undo each other
Negated or inverse functions.
There is one operation like multiplication and division. Adding and subtraction is the same.
Inverse functions? (not sure what you mean)
Two operations are said to undo each other if each operation is the inverse (NOT reciprocal) of the other. Often the domain and range of the operations will need to be restricted so that the inverse exists. Some examples: Addition and subtraction. Multiplication and division. Sine of an angle and arcsine of a ratio (similarly the other trig ratios). Square and square root. Exponentiation and logarithm. Thus 3-squared is 9 and the [principal] square root of 9 is 3. If the range of the square root function is not restricted to non-negative roots, then the square root of 9 could also be -3.