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# 7th Grade Math / Lesson 2: Inverse Operations

 INVERSE OPERATIONS What will we be learning in this lesson? In this lesson, you will learn about inverse operations. Vocabulary words are found in this purple color throughout the lesson. Remember to put these in your notebook.

 Inverse Operations An inverse operation is something that does the opposite of the original action. Inverse operations are also found outside of math. Outside of math, examples of inverse operations are : Filling a glass up with water - pouring the water out of the glassPutting on your socks then your shoes - taking off your shoes then your socksPutting money in the back - taking money out of the bank Examples of inverse operations in math are :Add 8 - subtract 8Multiply by 12 - divide by 12Subtract 5 - add 5Divide by 10 - multiply by 10

 Inverse Operations Inverse operations in math are the opposite operations . Add/SubtractMultiply/Divide Find the inverse operations of the following : 1. Multiplying by 42. Adding 33. Climb up a tree

 Inverse Operations Inverse operations in math are the opposite operations . Add/SubtractMultiply/Divide Find the inverse operations of the following : 1. Multiplying by 4    Dividing by 42. Adding 3    Subtract 33. Climb up a tree    Climb down a tree

 Do you know what an inverse operation is? Can you find an inverse operation? Go back to the classroom to get to your homework and any other items you need to attend to.