Posted by Anonymous on .
1> which expression represents "5 less than the product of 7 and x"?
is the answer this: 57x
2> can anyone give me an example of multiplicative inverse property?

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Writeacher,
Common sense tells me that the first one should read 7x5. You have it reversed.
Your second question should be answered in here somewhere:
http://www.google.com/search?q=multiplicative+inverse+property&rls=com.microsoft:enus:IESearchBox&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8&sourceid=ie7&rlz=1I7SUNA_en
A math tutor should be along soon to give you further ideas. 
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Anonymous,
thanks..

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bobpursley,
Yours would be right if it read 5 less seven times x. But it does not say that. See Writeteachers comment.
For any number n, there exists a number 1/n such that n* 1/n=1
example: Find the multiplicative inverse of 7.93
7.93 ( MI)=1
MI=1/7.93= .126103405...