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Q: What two mathematical operations that are opposites and can undo each other are called?
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What are mathematical operations that undo each other called?

Inverse operations, or reciprocals.


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What are operations that undo each other called?

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The set of whole numbers and there opposites?

The question cannot be answered sensibly for two main reasons.First, the question mentions "there opposites" but does not specify WHERE the "there" refers to. Second, opposites are defined in the context of some operation. The opposite of 3 with respect to addition is -3 while the opposite with respect to multiplication is 1/3. There are other operations which will give yet more "opposites". There is no way of determining which one you mean.


What is the inverse of y equals 3x 9?

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Parentheses in an equation tell you that you must perform that operation before any other operations, regardless of what operation that may be.


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