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The multiplicative identity for integers is ___.


  1. 1
  2. First whole number
  3. First natural number
  4. -1


Solution

The correct options are
A 1
C First natural number

Any integer multiplied by '1' results in the same integer. So, the multiplicative identity for integers is 1. 1 is also the first natural number so we can say that even the first natural number is also a multiplicative identity for integers.

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