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# What is the opposite of -7?

The additive inverse of -7 is 7.

The multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.

The additive inverse of -7 is 7.

The multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.

The additive inverse of -7 is 7.

The multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.

The additive inverse of -7 is 7.

The multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.

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The additive inverse of -7 is 7.

The multiplicative inverse of -7 is -1/7.

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## Related Questions

7. The opposite of 7 is -7, so the opposite of -7 is 7.

The opposite of 7 is -7, and the opposite of -7 is 7, so yes.

No. The absolute value of the opposite of 7 is 7, but the opposite of the absolute value of seven is -7.

There is no opposite to the number -7, it stays the same.

The additive opposite is -1. The multiplicative opposite is 1.

If the opposite of 7 is -7, then the answer is -8

The opposite of x is -x.For example,the opposite of three is -3.The opposite of a negative number is positive.Fore example,the opposite of -7 is 7.

Because the put the opposite #'s on the opposite side

Numbers don't really have "opposites".

The integers 3 units away from -7, (-10 and -4) aren't opposite.

Opposite faces always add to 7. Two is opposite five.

all numbers are whole numbers. anything from 0-infinity. a numbers opposite is its negative or positive. so 7's opposite is -7

The opposite of found is lost &amp; alone this is answered by a year 7 pupil

7 all negative integers opposites are the positive form

On a six-sided cube die, the opposite side is the 2. (the opposite sides add to 7)

I'm not sure I understand your question. But a dice with opposite sides adding up to 7 is just a regular dice. E.g. 1 and 6 are opposite. 2 and 5, 3 and 4. All of these add up to 7.

It is all integers which are not 3 units away from -7.

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