negative one third.
Flip it upside down. Now you have negative three over four. That's your multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) -3/4
If the multiplicative inverse of a number is the number that you could multiply with the original number in order to obtain one, then the mulitplicative inverse of -15 and 2/3 is -3/47 negative three fourtysevenths, or negative three over fourtyseven.
No. The additive inverse of zero or a negative rational number is not negative.
The multiplicative inverse is the negative of the reciprocal of the positive value. Thus the multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.
The multiplicative inverse of -3 is -(1/3) or negative one-third. The multiplicative inverse of a number is the number that you multiply it by to get a result of 1 (the multiplicative identity). So, since -3 times -(1/3) is 1, -(1/3) is the multiplicative inverse of -3. Similarly, +3 is the ADDITIVE inverse of -3. The additive inverse of a number is the number you add to it to get a result of 0 (the additive identity). So, since -3 + (+3) = 0, +3 is the additive inverse of -3. The original answer given here was that the multiplicative inverse of -3 is +3, which is flat incorrect.
never a negative number * * * * * ... true if, by opposite, you mean the additive inverse. However, the multplicative inverse is also an opposite. And the multiplicative inverse of a negative number is always negative.
-2/3 -> [mult.inverse] -> -3/2 which is -1Â½or -1.5 ; note that a number, when multiplied by its multiplicative inverse will have a product of 1. So if you multiply these two you get 6/6 which equals 1 [negative times negative is positive].
negative of a number gives its additive inverse
-9; the multiplicative inverse: -1/9
A number and its multiplicative inverse have the same sign. So if one is negative, so is the other.
The inverse of 3 is 1/3.
The additive inverse is the inverse under addition; the multiplicative inverse is the inverse under multiplication. For example, the additive inverse of any real or complex number is its negative: the inverse of 3 is -3 and vice versa. The multiplicative inverse of a number other than 0 (which has no such inverse) is its reciprocal: the inverse of 2 is 1/2, and vice versa. Adding a number and its additive inverse gives the additive identity, 0. Multiplying a number by its multiplicative inverse gives the multiplicative identity, 1.
The additive inverse for a number is its negative value. The sum of an integer and its additive inverse is zero. For the example (5), the additive inverse would be (-5).
The additive inverse of EVERY positive rational number is a negative number.
-2 (negative two) The multiplicative inverse (reciprocal) for a number x is 1/x.
As far as positive numbers are concerned, the additive inverse of a positive number is a negative number with the same magnitude (i.e. the additive inverse of 5 is -5). It would be wrong to simply say that "negative" and "additive inverse" are correct, because the additive inverse of a negative number is a positive number.
It is negative 17.