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## What is the additive and multiplicative inverse of 1?

Answer: the additive inverse of 1 is 1 because 1+1=0 and the multiplicative inverse of 1 is 1.

**What is the additive and multiplicative inverse of 2 3?**

multiplicative inverse of 2/3 is 3/2.

**What is the additive and multiplicative inverse of 8?**

The multiplicative inverse of 8 is 18 . When you multiply 8 by 18 , the product is 1.

### What is the additive inverse of 2 by 8?

-2/8

Additive inverse of 2/8 = -2/8.

**What is the additive inverse of /- 14?**

Answer: The additive inverse of 14 is -14. This is because 14 and -14, when added, equal 0.

**What is the additive inverse of 5 by 6?**

Additive inverse of a number is the is the number that, when added to a, yields zero. When we add -5/6 to 5/6 the sum is zero. Hence the additive inverse of 5/6 is -5/6.

#### What is the additive inverse of minus 3 Upon 8?

Step-by-step explanation: The additive inverse of a number is the one which when added to the original number results zero. We know, that in a rational number, the denominator can’t be negative so it should be written as -3/8. Now, the additive inverse is +3/8 or simply 3/8.

**What is the multiplicative inverse of minus 4 by 5?**

The multiplicative inverse of 4/-5 is -5/4 because when you multiply these you will get the answer 1.

**What are the characteristics of additive inverses?**

will always be the opposite of the number you are adding

## Does every integer have an additive inverse?

Unformatted text preview: • “Every integer has an additive inverse (i.e. a number that, when added to the original number, yields 0).” This idea of an “additive inverse” is a general concept that applies to some mathematical objects known as rings and ﬁelds .

**Does every natural number have an additive inverse?**

Natural numbers, cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers do not have additive inverses within their respective sets. Thus one can say, for example, that natural numbers do have additive inverses, but because these additive inverses are not themselves natural numbers, the set of natural numbers is not closed under taking additive inverses.

**Does 0 have an additive inverse?**

Answer Wiki. The additive inverse of a =-a since a-a =0 the identity element for all complex numbers, except the Natural numbers which does not have an additive inverse.There is no element -a <=0 in the set of natural numbers.