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What is the inverse operation of multiplication? A. Subtraction B. Multiplication C. Division D. Addition
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User: What is the inverse operation of multiplication? A. Subtraction B. Multiplication C. Division D. Addition

Weegy: B. multiplication.... if you divide by 3 to get back to the original number just multiply by 3.... the inverse operation is what ever operation it takes to "hit the undo button"
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DIVISION is the inverse operation of multiplication.

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