Q: What does it mean to have an inverse math problem?

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Mathematically, an inverse is an opposite, it is something that reverses what its inverse does, for example, addition and subtraction are inverse functions, as are multiplication and division. The inverse of a fraction is obtained by exchanging numerator and denominator; the inverse of a half is two.

The inverse of 'If I like math then I like science' is 'If I do not like math then I do not like science'.

The logical inverse of (if A then B) is (if not B then not A).

the mean (in math) is the average of all the numbers in the problem

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An inverse operation is when you do the opisite in math. For example when you subtract the inverse operation is to add.

Mathematically, an inverse is an opposite, it is something that reverses what its inverse does, for example, addition and subtraction are inverse functions, as are multiplication and division. The inverse of a fraction is obtained by exchanging numerator and denominator; the inverse of a half is two.

In a math problem, least means smallest.

The inverse of 'If I like math then I like science' is 'If I do not like math then I do not like science'.

The inverse of 'If I like math then I like science' is 'If I do not like math then I do not like science'.

The logical inverse of (if A then B) is (if not B then not A).

the mean (in math) is the average of all the numbers in the problem

Usually the same as reciprocal. The inverse of 3/4 is 4/3

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we use it in math. it is called inverse operation

negative of a number gives its additive inverse