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Would 48x 2/96 be considered a Mltiplicative inverse???

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    no, 48 would be the multiplicative inverse of 2/96, since 2/96 = 1/48

    48x2/96 is a sequence of operations that produces 1, indicating that involves multiplicative inverses.

    Right idea, just imprecise language.

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