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What is the additive and multiplicative inverse of 3+4i
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The additive inverse of a number A is a number B that gives a result of 0 when added to A. The multiplicative inverse of A is a number B that gives a result 1 when A and B are multiplied.
Here A = 3 + 4i, the additive inverse is -3 - 4i and the multiplicative inverse is `1/(3 + 4i)`
The additive inverse of 3 + 4i is -3 - 4i and the multiplicative inverse of 3 + 4i is `1/(3 + 4i)`
Posted by justaguide on May 7, 2012 at 4:26 AM (Answer #1)
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