In mathematics, a neutral element is an element that does not alter the rest of the numbers when we perform an operation with it.

**Neutral Element - Addition**

With addition, $0$ is considered a neutral element because it does not modify the number to which it is added.

$0+3=3$

**Neutral Element - Multiplication**

In multiplication, $1$ is considered a neutral element because it does not affect the result.

$4\times1=4$

**Neutral Element - Subtraction and Division**

The neutral element in subtraction is $0$, while in division it is $1$.