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Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) the Answer is subtraction

the inverse of addition is subtraction and the inverse of multiplication is division. Of course, multiplication is just repeated addition so division is just repeated subtraction!

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No, only multiplication and addition are.

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The relationship between division and subtraction is :Division is repeated subtraction. Also, multiplication is repeated addition.

Multiplication is successive Addition Division is successive subtraction

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Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) Addition is the inverse of Subtraction. Division is the inverse of Multiplication. and then visa-versa. :-) the Answer is subtraction

nope. Multiplication is a form of addition. Division is a form of subtraction.

the fundamental operations in math are, addition +, subtraction -, division /,and multiplication x ..

A set of related addition-subtraction or multiplication-division sentences is a fact family.

Do (multiplication/division) before you do (addition/subtraction).

P.E.M.D.A.S is how i remember it Parentheses Exponent Multiplication Division Addition Subtraction also, whichever comes first in the problem goes first, but this only works with multiplication and division and also addition and subtraction but only multiplication with division and addition with subtraction

the inverse of addition is subtraction and the inverse of multiplication is division. Of course, multiplication is just repeated addition so division is just repeated subtraction!

Because subtraction is addition and division is multiplication. So, subtraction would fall under the properties of addition and division would come under the properties of multiplication.

You don't. You can check addition with subtraction or subtraction with addition, since subtraction is the opposite of addition. Similary, you can check division with multiplication, or vice versa.