Definition of

Inverse Operation

Inverse Operation
The operation that reverses the effect of another operation.

Example: Addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
Start with 7, then add 3 we get 10, now subtract 3 and we get back to 7.

Another Example: Multiplication and division are inverse operations.
Start with 6, multiply by 2 we get 12, now divide by 2 and we get back to 6.

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