Algebra I: Identify additive Inverse
This is a free lesson from our course in Algebra I
This lesson explains the concept of the additive inverse and gives you several examples to understand it in depth. It also illustrates the representation of the additive inverse on the number line. Overall, if a + b = 0, then a is the additive inverse of b.You can also say, the additive inverse of an element a is the element a' such that a + a' = a' + a = 0. Usually, the additive inverse of a is denoted -a.
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