## Table of Contents

### 1. additive

**noun.** ['ˈædɪtɪv'] something added to enhance food or gasoline or paint or medicine.

#### Antonyms

#### Etymology

- additivus (Latin)

### Rhymes with Additive Inverse

- transverse
- intersperse
- biodiverse
- reimburse
- traverse
- submerse
- disperse
- disburse
- converse
- reverse
- rehearse
- perverse
- obverse
- diverse
- adverse
- immerse
- emerse
- coerce
- averse
- worse
- terse
- scearce
- purse
- perse
- pers
- perce
- pearse
- nurse
- merce
- kerce

### Sentences with additive-inverse

1. **Noun Phrase**

You may intuitively see that the **additive inverse** of any number is the same number with its opposite sign.

2. **Noun Phrase**

Thus, the **additive inverse** of 9 is −9.

3. **Noun Phrase**

This means that 7 is the **additive inverse** of −7 (and vice versa).

4. **Noun Phrase**

If you're studying algebra, the most obvious application for the **additive inverse** property is solving equations.

### 2. additive

**adjective.** ['ˈædɪtɪv'] designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree.

#### Synonyms

#### Antonyms

#### Etymology

- additivus (Latin)

### 3. additive

**adjective.** ['ˈædɪtɪv'] characterized or produced by addition.

#### Synonyms

#### Antonyms

#### Etymology

- additivus (Latin)

### 4. inverse

**adjective.** ['ˌɪnˈvɝːs'] reversed (turned backward) in order or nature or effect.