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They are inverse operations. But not all operations have inverses.

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inverse operations

Inverse operations.

Inverse operations, or opposite operations, undo one another. Subtraction undoes addition (and vice versa), and division undoes multiplication (and vice versa).

Inverse Operations

Operation, and inverse operation

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Inverse operations

Inverse operations.

Inverse operations.

inverse operations

Inverse Operations.

Inverse Operations

Inverse operations.

inverse operations

Two operations that undo each other are called inverse operations. Examples are addition and subtraction, or multiplication and division.

Inverse operations

Inverse operations, or reciprocals.

Inverse operations, or opposite operations, undo one another. Subtraction undoes addition (and vice versa), and division undoes multiplication (and vice versa).