Introduction to learn inverse operations:

 An operation that counteract or undo another..

Two operation are said to be Inverse to equally other if one operation undoes the effect of the other operation.

The opposite operation of "10 + 9 = 19" is "19 – 9 = 10".

The inverse process of "7 × 9 = 63" is "63 ÷ 9 = 7".Now we are going to learn about the inverse operations.

 

Learn Inverse Operations:

 An inverse operation “reverses" a new process. Addition and subtraction are inverses of each new because adding and subtracting the same number does not change the new number.

 

The multiplication and division are inverses of every other because multiplying and dividing by the equal number do not alter the original digit. For an example, 12×5/5 = 12 and 8/2×2 = 8 .

 

Since addition and subtraction change two facts need not be then to each other to cancel each other out. The following example is given by 40 + 7 - 40 = 7

 

An Addition and subtraction do not convert if absent is a multiplication or division sign between the two facts being moved.

 

As multiplication and division in addition convert, two numbers need not be next to each other to cancel each other out. For example is given by 5×4×4/4 = 5×4*4/4 = 20×4/4 = 20.

 

The Multiplication and division do not exchange if there is an addition or subtraction indication between the two statistics being moved.

 

Other Inverse Operations:

 Adding and subtracting are inverse operation of each one other.

 

Multiplication and division are inverse operations of both other.

Solving equations to learn inverse operations:

Inverse operations can be shown using related sentences

1.10+ n =19

10 = 19-n

n =19-10

2.13t =49

13=49/t

t = 49/13

Now we are going to learn about the inverse operations

 Solved Example to learn Inverse Operations:

Classify the inverse operation for 14 × 4 = 56.

1.56 ÷ 4 = 14

2.56 × 4 = 14

3.14 ÷ 4 = 56

4.56 - 4 = 14

Solution:

The converse operation of 14 × 4 = 56

56 ÷ 4 = 14