. The additive inverse of 6 is
The number that is added to a rational number to get the sum zero is called an additive inverse.
For a rational number a/b , the additive inverse will be -a/b such that a/b + (-a/b)=0 .
So, the additive inverse of 6=6/1 will be -6/1=-6.
Since 6+ (-6) =0.
The correct option is B, i.e. -6.