You should be more clear in your definition of inverse. There are many inverses. For example, the multaplicative inverse of 1 is 1, but the additive inverse of 1 is -1. Also, the inverse of the function f(x)=1 is x=1. So to which inverse are you referring?

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TopNewestYou should be more clear in your definition of inverse. There are many inverses. For example, the multaplicative inverse of 1 is 1, but the additive inverse of 1 is -1. Also, the inverse of the function f(x)=1 is x=1. So to which inverse are you referring?

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