What are some examples of inverse operations?
Examples of inverse operations are: addition and subtraction; multiplication and division; and squares and square roots.
Addition is adding more to a number, while subtraction is taking away from it, making them inverse operations. For example, if you add one to a number and then subtract one, you will end up with the same number.
Multiplication is increasing a number by a given factor while division is decreasing a number by a given factor. Therefore, they are inverse operations.
Squaring is multiplying a number by itself while square rooting is finding the number that when multiplied by itself, will give the number under the square root. Therefore, they are inverse operations.