Because 1, 1 has the opposite of -1 and the in between is zero so there is nothing for zero to be opposite to except 2, itself. If you were to actually look at the shape of 0 on a computer or phone you would notice that it is symmetrical so the opposite to one side is the other. One half is on the negative side of numbers while one half is on the positive.
Zero is it's own opposite
But it IS its own ADDITIVE opposite.
zero is its own opposite. 0 + -0 = 0
The opposite of zero - in the sense of additive inverse - is zero.
Zero is the middle. The neutral. There has to be something to separate the positive and the negative.
Zero is the only number that's its own opposite. While 0 is technically not signed (it's neither positive nor negative), it meets the definition for being its own opposite because 0 + 0 = 0.
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
Zero does not have an 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
Sometimes. The opposite of zero depends on the type of function under consideration. For example, the additive opposite of zero is zero. The multiplicative opposite is not defined.
The additive opposite is itself and its multiplicative opposite is not defined.
Zero is not opposite infinity. If all opposites sum to zero than zero+infinity do not. Zero can be difined as (x-x), or two exact opposites. When dividing zero one arrives at 0/x=0 but through algebra 0(0) must = x. When zero is in a finite system (x-x)+x=x One finds that zero retains its self nullifying properties. Yet in divisions and multiplications zero takes on properties other than its own. Groups of zero, or only zero produce something, but when there is something zero keeps self nullification.
Zero has no multiplicative opposite (or inverse). However, it has an additive inverse, and that is also zero, since 0 + 0 = 0 The opposite value of a null set would be an infinite set, but infinity is not a real number. The opposite of zero in binary coding is one (on vs. off).
An additive opposite, yes. A multiplicative one, no.
Apart from zero (which is its own opposite), the opposites of whole numbers are also whole numbers. You have the set of whole numbers which is also known as the set of integers.
i don't know so don't look at this answer * * * * * Zero has no multiplicative opposite (or inverse), but it has an additive inverse, and that is also zero, since 0 + 0 = 0
It depends on how your looking at it.If you mean for the middle to be zero, than it has no opposite. It is right in the middle of the number line.However, if the middle is 1 (Like with division) than the opposite of zero is infinity. To explain, we will use the fraction 1/x. The smaller x is, the larger the number turns out to be.x = 5, 1/x = .2x = 1, 1/x = 1x = .05, 1/x = 20So, we must assume that when you divide 1 by zero, the number with the smallest absolute value, the answer must be the biggest it can possibly get. It must be infinity.---In binary computing, the opposite of zero (off) is one (on). But they are not additive opposites. Zero may be considered it's own additive opposite, as only zero plus zero can equal zero.
The multiplicative opposite of a non-zero fraction is its reciprocal.
Two numbers that are the same distance from zero on the number line but are on opposite sides of zero are opposite numbers, or opposites. The opposite of a number is called its additive inverse. The opposite of 78 is -78.
Yes, zero has an additive inverse which is also zero, since 0 + 0 = 0
The opposite of a neutron is the antineutron.
If the opposite is meant to be the additive opposite and not the multiplicative opposite, then their sum is zero. The reason is that is what defines an additive opposite!