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## Consider the function m(t) = startfraction negative 28 over 5 t endfraction. angie states that the additive inverse is p(t) = star

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Consider the function m(t) = startfraction negative 28 over 5 t endfraction. angie states that the additive inverse is p(t) = startfraction 28 over 5 t endfraction and the multiplicative inverse is r(t) = startfraction negative 28 over 5 t endfraction . is one (or both) of angieâ€™s conclusions correct? angie is correct about both inverses. angie is correct about neither inverse. angie is correct about the additive inverse only. angie is correct about the multiplicative inverse only.

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sum zerois known as additive inverse.Angieis correct about theadditive inverseonly.What is meant by additive inverse?sum zerois known asadditive inverse. It is this value that, when added to the original equation, yields theidentity element 0.m(t) = (-28/5)t(-28/5t) + (28/5t) = 0, this is correctWhat is the multiplicative inverse?original expression,yields avalueof 1.multiplicative inverser(t) = (-28/5)t wasincorrect.expressioncannot be a multiplicative inverse of itself. As a result, they cannot bemultiplicative inversesof each other.c)angie is correct about theadditive inverseonly.additive and multiplicative inverse, refer to:https://brainly.com/question/17142610