Convert the mixed number into an improper (top-heavy) fraction first. Then swap the numerator and denominator.
Convert them to improper fractions.
Change it into a mixed number then take the reciprocol of it.
Take its reciprocal, and then simplify it
*divide transform the mixed number into a fraction and then divide like a normal fraction (multiply by reciprocal).
4 and 1/3
0.15 = 15/100 = 3/20 so its reciprocal is 20/3 = 62/3
A mixed number must have an integer part (and a fractional part). Consequently, a mixed number must be greater than one. The reciprocal of a number greater than one is less than one (and conversely) since the two, when multiplied together, make 1.
turn the fraction upside down and multiplyConvert the mixed number to an improper fraction and multiply it by the reciprocal of the fraction.
A mixed number is simply a whole number and a fraction. The value of a mixed number would be the whole number added to the fraction. To find its reciprocal: _______________________________________________________________ 1. You need to make the mixed number into a improper fraction. To do this, take the denominator times the number in front. Then add the result to the numerator. Then the improper fraction is that result over the denominator. A mixed number is formatted as a leading number and a fraction. If X is the leading number, D is the denominator, N is the numerator: X and N/D=(X*D+N)/D _______________________________________________________________ 2. Then take this new fraction and flip the numerator and the denominator: D/(X*D+N) _______________________________________________________________ So to get the reciprocal of a mixed number in one step, the reciprocal's: numerator is equal to the denominator of the mixed number; denominator is equal to the leading number multiplied by the denominator added to the numerator: D/(X*D+N)