Augustina Chaisty asked, updated on October 2nd, 2021; Topic:
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The **multiplicative inverse** of a number is the number by which when we multiply that number then final result is 1. Let , **multiplicative inverse** of ( -**3/7** ) is x. β΄ x = -7/3. Hence , **multiplicative inverse** of ( -**3/7** ) is ( -7/3 ).17 mai 2018

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Not only, what is the product of 2/3 and its reciprocal?

The **product** of a number and **its reciprocal** equals 1. The **reciprocal** of **2/3** is 3/2. The number 0 does not have a **reciprocal** because the **product** of any number and 0 equals 0. The **reciprocals** of a number is sometimes called the Multiplicative Inverse of the number.25 juil. 2018

Even so, what is multiplicative inverse? The word **meaning** of '**inverse**' **is** something opposite in effect. So, the **multiplicative inverse** of a number **is** a number that nullifies the impact of the number to identity 1. Thus the **multiplicative inverse** of a number **is** a number by which the **multiplication** results in 1.

At any event, what is the multiplicative inverse of 8 9?

**Multiplicative inverse of 8/9** is 9/8.7 juin 2019

What is the opposite of 2 3?

β΄ **Reciprocal** of that number is 1n . β΄ **Reciprocal** of β23 =1(β23) =β32 .29 oct. 2014

To find the **reciprocal** of a whole number, just convert it into a fraction in which the original number is the denominator and the numerator is 1. The **reciprocal** of **2**/**3** is **3**/**2**. The product of **2**/**3** and its **reciprocal 3**/**2** is 1.

The **multiplicative inverse** of 7 is 1/7. A number's **multiplicative inverse** is its **reciprocal**.

The **reciprocal** (also known as the **multiplicative inverse**) is the number we have to multiply to get an answer equal to the multiplicative identity, 1 . Since 13Γ3=3Γ13=1 , the **reciprocal** of 13 is 3 .25 juin 2015

Likewise the **multiplicative inverse** of 1 **1/3** is 3/4.

In the real numbers, **zero does** not **have** a reciprocal because no real number multiplied by **0** produces 1 (the product of any number with **zero** is **zero**). ... This **multiplicative inverse** exists if and only if a and n are coprime.

The **multiplicative inverse of 1/2** is 2.

salsa's post βThe **multiplicative inverse** of **1 is** in fact **1**/**1** whi...β The **multiplicative inverse** of **1 is** in fact **1**/**1** which **is** equal to **1**. So **1 is** its own **multiplicative inverse**.

Solution : We know if we multiply a number x with its **multiplicative inverse**, the result is 1. That means **89** is not the **multiplicative inverse** of -118.

The **multiplicative inverse** of a number is the number which when multiplied to the number gives 1. Here, **0.5*****2** = 1, Hence **0.5** is the **multiplicative inverse of 2**.2 juil. 2019

We know, if we multiply a number x by its **multiplicative inverse**, the result is 1. So, **0.3** is the **multiplicative inverse** of 313.

The **reciprocal** (also known as the multiplicative inverse) is the number we have to multiply to get an answer equal to the multiplicative identity, **1** . Since **1**Γ**1**=**1** , the **reciprocal of 1** is **1** .25 juin 2015

The **opposite reciprocal of 1/3** is -3/1. To make the **reciprocal of 1/3**, simply flip the **1/3** over to make it 3/1.

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