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The additive inverse of a negative integer (A) is always negative (B) is always positive (C) is the same integer (D) zero

 The additive inverse of a negative integer (A) is always negative (B) is always positive (C) is the same integer (D) zero

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Harshit Singh
askIITians Faculty 5964 Points
one year ago
Dear Student

The additive inverse of a number is the numbe,r on adding which to the number , zero is obtained.
Hence , To get zero , a positive number should be added.
Thus, option B is correct

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