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Q: Why the multipicative inverse of zero does not exist?

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Everything but zero.

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1/3 or 0.333...

0 does not have a multiplicative inverse. Further ,such is an inherent property of any field .

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"inverse" is spelled wrong and its 1. i think.

There is no inverse for zero.

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multiply it by zero, or add its inverse {the negative of the number} Note that the inverse of a negative number is positive.

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zero has no opposite * * * * * While it is true that zero has no multiplicative opposite (or inverse), it certainly has an additive inverse, and that is also zero, since 0 + 0 = 0

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