The Multiplicative Inverse

The multiplicative inverse of ANY number is a unique number which when multiplied by the first number results in ONE (1).

Get Prepared For Summer.

It's time to start gathering the materials you need to help your child slow down or stop the Math Summer Slide. Start with this resource of daily math facts practice.

Before introducing this to your child, be sure they fully understand the entire section of fractions (rational numbers) first.  If they don't they truly will get lost in this area of basic algebra.  And believe me, when they get lost, frustration will kick in very quickly!

For every real number a (except zero), the unique real number 1/a is the multiplicative inverse.

The Additive Inverse is only one of the Properties of Arithmetic your student needs to know.

Would you like more Basic Algebra, or perhaps explore the rest of Printable Math Worksheets?






Keep In Touch!

You can send me a quick message, subscribe to K6Math Fun & Update, or join my Facebook Page - K6Math. Choose all the options so you don't miss any of the new material added to this site.