What’s the inverse of 4? The multiplicative inverse of 4 is **1/4**. (One-fourth is 1/4 in written form.)

## What is the inverse of 1 2?

Answer: The multiplicative inverse or reciprocal of 1/2 is **2**.

## What is the inverse of 12?

The multiplicative inverse of 12 is **1/12**.

## What is the inverse of 3?

The multiplicative inverse of 3 is **1/3**.

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 4 7?

i.e, multiplicative inverse of 4/7 is **7/4**.

## What is the inverse function of 1 2x?

Since g(f(x))=x g ( f ( x ) ) = x , f−1(x)=2**x f – 1 ( x ) = 2 x** is the inverse of f(x)=12x f ( x ) = 1 2 x .

## What’s the inverse of 2?

The additive inverse of 2 is **-2**. In general, the additive inverse of a number, x, is -x because of the following: x + (-x) = x – x = 0.

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 1 6?

Answer: The multiplicative inverse of -1/6 is **6/-1 or -6**.

## What is the inverse of 7?

Dividing by a number is equivalent to multiplying by the reciprocal of the number. Thus, 7 ÷7=7 × ^{1}⁄_{7} =1. Here, ** ^{1}⁄_{7}** is called the multiplicative inverse of 7.

## What is the multiplicative inverse or reciprocal of 1 2?

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

## What’s the multiplicative inverse of 2?

Modular Multiplicative Inverse

Type | Multiplicative Inverse | Example |
---|---|---|

Natural Number x | 1/x | Multiplicative Inverse of 4 is 1/4 |

Integer x, x ≠ 0 | 1/x | Multiplicative Inverse of -4 is -1/4 |

Fraction x/y; x,y ≠ 0 | y/x | Multiplicative Inverse of 2/7 is 7/2 |

Unit Fraction 1/x, x ≠ 0 | x | Multiplicative Inverse of 1/20 is 20 |

## What’s the multiplicative inverse of 3?

In other words – what number do you multiply 3 by to get 1? The answer is of course one third, or **1/3**, since: 3 * 1/3 = 1. Thus the multiplicative inverse of 3 is 1/3.

## What is the inverse of 2 3?

Let us consider the number ‘a’ then the multiplicative inverse of the number is 1/a. The multiplicative inverse of -2/3 is **-3/2**.

## How do you reverse inverse?

UNDOING A ONE-TO-ONE FUNCTION; INVERSE FUNCTIONS

- ‘add 2 ‘ is undone by ‘subtract 2 ‘ in the following sense: if you start with any number, add 2 , then subtract 2 , you return to the original number.
- ‘cube’ is undone by ‘take the cube root’
- ‘multiply by 3 ‘ is undone by ‘divide by 3 ‘

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 5 11?

The multiplicative inverse = **-(5/11)**….

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 5 7?

The multiplicative inverse of 5/7 is 7/5 = **1 2/5**.

## What is the inverse function of 1 2x 4?

**y=2x−8** is the inverse of y=12x+4 and it is a linear function.

## How do you find the inverse of FX 2x 4?

Since g(f(x))=x g ( f ( x ) ) = x , f−1(x)=x2+2 f – 1 ( x ) = x 2 + 2 is the inverse of f(x)=2x−4 f **( x )** = 2 x – 4 .

## What is the inverse of 3 2?

The multiplicative inverse of 3/2 is **2/3**.

## What is the inverse of 0?

What is the multiplicative inverse of 0? The multiplicative inverse of 0 is **infinity**. The number 0 does not have reciprocal because the product of any number and zero is equal to zero.

## What is the inverse of 1 3?

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 13×3=3×13=1 , the reciprocal of 13 is **3** .

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 5 6?

For example, the multiplicative inverse of 5/6 is **6/5** and the multiplicative inverse of 1/9 is 9.

## What is the multiplicative inverse of 5?

Multiplicative Inverse of Natural Number

For example, the multiplicative inverse of 5 is **1/5**.

## What is the inverse of 5 7?

It’s **75** . By definition, the inverse multiplicative of a number x is a number y such that x⋅y=1 . So, we have to find a number y such that 57⋅y=1 , and that number is of course 75 .

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