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Is it possible for a number to be its own additive inverse?

That would be zero. For a number "X" to be its own additive inverse, that would mean: X = -X


What number is the opposite of 0?

0 is its own additive inverse. There is no multiplicative inverse for 0.


Is negative one its own additive inverse?

No.


When the additive inverse of a number equal to the absolute value of the number?

One example would be a Galois Field size 4 (ie GF(4)). Here, the elements are {0,1,2,3} and every element is its own additive inverse.


What is the additive inverse of zero?

zero is its own opposite. 0 + -0 = 0


What number is equal to its opposite?

The number that is its own "additive inverse" is zero. (x + 0 = x - 0)For the multiplicative inverse (1/x), the number 1 is its own inverse (also -1). (x times 1 = x/1)x = 1/x is only true where x = 1 or x = (-1)


Is the absolute value of a positive integer a negative integer?

Absolute values are never negative. The opposite, or negative, or additive inverse, of a negative number is the number's absolute value; a non-negative number is its own absolute value. The absolute values of 7 and -5, are, respectively, 7 and 5.


Is one the only number that has its own multiplicative integer?

No, it is one of two numbers that has its own multiplicative inverse which is an integer. The other number is -1.


Is 0 a whole number integer rational or irrational number?

0 is a whole rational integer in its own right because as for example water freezes at 0 degrees Celsius


What is the inverse to the statement x equals y?

x=y is the identity. It is its own inverse. So the inverse is y=x.


What is the multiplicative of -1?

Assuming the question is about the multiplicative inverse, the answer is, -1. It is its own multiplicative inverse.


What is a whole number and it's opposite between -0.5 and 0.9?

They are 0 which is its own additive opposite. 0 does not have a multiplicative opposite.

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