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Problem18: Additive inverse of 4/3​

Problem18: Additive inverse of 4/3​

Solution:

Additive inverse of a term is another term which if added to the first will give us additive identity!

Additive identity is 0

So if have ‘x’ term then its additive inverse will be ‘-x’

because if we add these together i-e;

\[ x+(-x)=x-x=0 \]

i-e the answer we get is 0 or additive identity

So, come to the question

additive inverse of 4/3 will be (-4/3)

because;

\[ \frac{4}{3}+(-\frac{4}{3})=\frac{4}{3}-\frac{4}{3}=0 \]

 

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