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Additive inverse of 10 is __


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An additive inverse of a number is defined as the value, which on adding with the original number results in zero value. It is the value we add to a number to yield zero. Suppose,a is the original number, then its additive inverse will be minus of a i.e.,-a, such that;

a+(-a)=aa=0

So, the additive inverse of 10 is -10 as 10+(-10)=(-10)+10=0.

Hence,the additive inverse of 10 is -10 .


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