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# Can anyone please tell that what is the multiplicative inverse of "A" in Boolean algebra?..

24th Sep 2021, 1:20 PM
Priyansu Sharma
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TheĀ multiplicative inverse of a number is defined as a numberĀ which when multiplied by the original number gives the product as 1. The multiplicative inverse of 'A' is denoted byĀ A-1Ā orĀ 1/A. In other words, when the product of two numbers is 1, they are said to be multiplicative inverses of each other. The multiplicative inverse of a number is defined as theĀ divisionĀ of 1 by that number. It is also called theĀ reciprocalĀ of the number. The multiplicative inverse property says that theĀ productĀ of a number and its multiplicative inverse is 1. Source: cuemath I hope, it's clear. Happy coding!
24th Sep 2021, 6:04 PM
mesarthim
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Thank you so much MESARTHIM for answering my question. I am very grateful for your help. Grazieeee!!š¤š¤š¤š¤š¤..
24th Sep 2021, 9:12 PM
Priyansu Sharma