Write the reciprocal of each of the following: a. frac{1}{8} b. frac{7}{12} c. frac{3}{5} d. 1frac{1}{2} e. 3frac{3}{4} f. 6

Kye 2020-11-14 Answered
Write the reciprocal of each of the following:
a.18
b.712
c.35
d.112
e.334
f. 6
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Answered 2020-11-15 Author has 109 answers

a) 8
b)127
c)53
For d and e, I would convert them into improper fractions. You would do this by multiplying the denominator by the whole number (in d's case, the whole number is 1), and then add the product by the numerator (2(denominator)1(whole number)=2+1(numerator)). However, you would keep the denominator the same.
d)112=3223
e)334=154415
f)16
As you can see, if you multiply each corresponding problem with their reciprocal, they equal 1. In the end, you want the reciprocal of the problem to equal 1.

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