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The number which is the multiplicative identity for integers is 


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0
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1
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10
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1000
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The correct option is B 1
Mulitplicative identity refers to a number which, when multiplied with given a number, results in the given number itself.

For example, if the multiplicative identity is x, then the product of x and any number, say a, should be equal to a.

i.e., x×a=a 

x=1

Or, we could say that 1 is the multiplicative identity, because the product of any number and 1 is that number itself.

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