### We found 178 reviewed resources for opposite inverse

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#### Function Inverses Example 2

Sal shows an example of finding the inverse of the parabola with a restricted domain. He alludes to a reason behind the restricted domain but leaves the reason for it up to the listener to determine.

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#### How Do You Find the Additive Inverse of a Polynomial?

Finding the additive inverse is not as complicated as you might think. The instructor demonstrates how to multiply each of the terms in the polynomial by -1 and explains how this works. But wait, there's a quicker way. What's that you...

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#### What are the Inverse Properties of Addition and Multiplication?

The instructor demonstrates that when you add the opposite value of a given number to that number you will always get zero. Then she shows how multiplying by the inverse of any number except zero will equal 1.

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#### Determine the Values of Opposite Numbers Using a Number Line

Help learners understand opposite numbers using a horizontal or vertical number line. The video relates time as five years ago or five years in the future. It relates temperature as an increase of eight degrees or a decrease of eight...

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#### Using the Identity and Inverse to Write Equivalent Expressions

The fifth installment in the series of 28 lessons helps math scholars explore the result of adding opposite numbers and multiplying reciprocals. Through their exploration, they develop a working definition of identity and inverse...

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#### Inverse Functions

The opposite operations in the opposite order create the inverse of a function. A video demonstration explains the algebraic steps in creating inverse functions from different types of functions. The examples include linear, rational,...

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#### What is the Opposite, or Additive Inverse, of a Number?

Teach your class about the additive inverse! Using examples first and a definition second, this video explains what the additive inverse it and how to find the additive inverse of any given number or variable. A quick concept review for...

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#### Solving with Inverse Operations

What does order of operations have to do with solving equations? A video explains solving two-step equations using a do/undo chart. Learners recognize the operations within an equation and use inverse operations to undo those operations.

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#### What are Inverse Operations?

Explore inverse operations. Video viewers watch as a teacher shows how to "undo" an operation by using the opposite operation. By the end, learners should grasp that addition is the opposite of subtraction and division is the opposite of...

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#### Opposities - 7.NS.1.b

The focus here is on developing an understanding of the additive inverse. The lesson starts with learners thinking about opposites in a non-mathematical sense, then engaging in an activity which starts them thinking about how this...

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#### Inverses as a Form of Undoing

Middle schoolers use inverse operations to solve two-step equations. They study a story problem about inverse operations, watch a video about the problem, and complete a handout for the inverse problem. Pupils finish with two assessments...

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#### Return to Sender (Inverse Functions)

Students differentiate between functions and relations. In this algebra lesson, students find the inverse functions and apply the concept to the real world. They watch a video from teacher tube and make inferences.

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#### Addition and Subtraction as Inverse Operations

In this addition and subtraction worksheet, students work with the inverse operations. They fill in the boxes in 8 examples using mental math. They look at the addition problems and fill in the blanks in the subtraction problem and vice...

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#### What is the Opposite, or Additive Inverse, of a Number?

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#### Inverse Functions

What's the opposite of a function? Viewers of the video learn how to find the inverse of a function. The method of choice here is switching x and y in the algebraic representation.

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#### Solving Linear Equations

In this linear equations worksheet, students solve and complete 20 different problems that include using the order of operations. First, they distribute to remove the parentheses and combine like terms. Then, students move variables and...

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#### 80 Opposite Adjectives-- Complete the Table-- Tough Version 2

In this language arts worksheet, learners analyze a list of 40 adjectives and next to each one, write the opposite. These are challenging and require careful word selection.

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#### How Do You Find the Additive Inverse of a Polynomial?

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#### What are Vertical Angles?

What makes vertical angles so special? Here's a few words that might help you figure out why: intersecting lines, congruent angles, opposite, supplementary angles. Still wondering? Then watch this video for a good explanation of vertical...

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#### What are Inverse Operations?

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#### Additive Inverses

Students investigate properties of additive inverses. In this properties of additive inverses lesson, students discuss the what it means for two numbers to be opposites. Students discuss representing opposite numbers using a negative...

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#### Adding and Subtracting Integers

Middle schoolers use discs in order to add and subtract integers. There are manipulatives present so kinesthetic learners can access the curriculum. They also review the concept of the opposite of positive and negative numbers.

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#### Opposite Quantities Combine to Make Zero

Find the cards that get to zero. The lesson introduces the class to the idea of adding integers. Pupils use a number line to count up and count down when adding. They play a game to collect cards that will sum to zero.

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#### The Additive Inverse, or the Opposite of a Number

This resource would actually be best used as a projection when teaching about additive inverses. The first "page" shows on a number line how 6 and -6 get you to zero. The second supplies an opportunity for viewers to apply the concept to...