Q: What is the inverse of multiplacation?

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You do the inverse off multiplacation which is dividsion

Inverse Operations

Informally, many people would call the opposites. But the correct math term is inverse operations. Addition is the inverse operation of subtraction and multiplication if the inverse operation of division.

Basically, if numbers "a" and "b" are multiplicative inverses, it means that their product is equal to 1.

say u r doing division the inverse, opposite, would be multiplacation, same with add and subtract. Hope That Helps, RJ

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You do the inverse off multiplacation which is dividsion

division

Inverse Operations

Informally, many people would call the opposites. But the correct math term is inverse operations. Addition is the inverse operation of subtraction and multiplication if the inverse operation of division.

Basically, if numbers "a" and "b" are multiplicative inverses, it means that their product is equal to 1.

say u r doing division the inverse, opposite, would be multiplacation, same with add and subtract. Hope That Helps, RJ

A multiplacation sentence is excactly what it says it is! EXAMPLE: 9x9=? 1x9=? 3x8=? That is a multiplacation sentence.

the person who invented multiplacation is very smart and takes the easy way

draw two dots and a line beetween them.

the product

answer to a multiplacation equation

product