A chart depicting the strong inverse relationship between prosperity and fertility in existing societies

- Opposite in effect, nature or order.
- Reverse, opposite in order.
- Inverted; having a position or mode of attachment the reverse of that which is usual.
- Having the properties of an inverse; said with reference to any two operations, which, when both are performed in succession upon any quantity, reproduce that quantity.
- That has the property of being an inverse (the result of a circle inversion of a given point or geometrical figure); that is constructed by circle inversion.
- Whose every element has an inverse (morphism which is both a left inverse and a right inverse).

- An inverted state: a state in which something has been turned upside down or inside out or backwards.
- The result of an inversion, particularly:
- A second element which negates a first; in a binary operation, the element for which the binary operation—when applied to both it and an initially given element—yields the operation's identity element, specifically:
- A morphism which is both a left inverse and a right inverse.
- The winning of the coup in a game of rouge et noir by a card of a color different from that first dealt; the area of the table reserved for bets upon such an outcome.
- A grammatical number marking that indicates the opposite grammatical number (or numbers) of the default number specification of noun class.

- additive inverse
- multiplicative inverse
- compositional inverse
- inverse point, inverse curve

- compute .

- Recorded since 1440, from Latin inversus, the past participle of invertere, itself from in- + vertere.

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