# How to do inverse operations

In multiplicative inverse, we multiply a number by a certain fraction value ( p q) ( p q) to get 1 as a final result. For example, 8× 1 8 =1 8 × 1 8 = 1. 1 8 1 8 is a multiplicative inverse of 8 8. Note: ## Solving Equations with Inverse Operations

Solve the algebraic equations by stating which inverse operations to do, in order, prior to performing the operations. 1) 3x - 7 = 14 2) (2x + 9) + 2 = 15 3) 7 (3 - 2x) - 1 = 13 Solutions
Do My Homework ## What are Inverse Operations? Definition, Facts and Examples

The best way to work this out would be by using the inverse. You would need to start with 20, then multiply 20 by 2 to get 40. Since the original number had 17 added to it to make 40, you would
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