What is the multiplicative inverse of a-1/a. My teacher explained me.. but i can't get it... I saw that the answer is a/a^2-1.
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Originally Posted by kohila What is the multiplicative inverse of a-1/a. My teacher explained me.. but i can't get it... I saw that the answer is a/a^2-1. If the multiplicative inverse of is . If then the multiplicative inverse of is the number which has the property that . Thus that is .
And the multiplicative inverse of is indeed , which in plain text form should be written with parentheses: a / (a^2 -1). This is because the product of these two numbers equals 1.
How they got this a/a^2-1. Please explain clearly and concisely.
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I can't able to get it.... please explain.....
Start from 2: MI of 2 = 1/2
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