Unary Operation

Unary Operation

In a set, an internal operation under which an element in this set is made to correspond to a new element in this set.


Operations like finding a square root, raising to the square, cosine, taking the inverse or opposite of a number are unary operations.

They are represented by the symbols \(\sqrt{\space }\), (  )\(^{2}\), cos, (  )\(^{-1}\) and –(   ).

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