No. 0 is rational and has no reciprocal.
It is 0. But some people say 0 does not have a reciprocal.
7/0 does not exist, but its reciprocal would be 0
The negative reciprocal of zero would be any undefined fraction. 0/x=0 negative reciprocal: -(x/0)= undefined.
0 has no reciprocal
No. The reciprocal of 0, which would be 1/0, is not defined.
No, 0 does not have a reciprocal, yet 0 is a real number.
Not just every whole number. Every number has a reciprocal, even 0. The reciprocal of 0 is undefined.
Only 0 doesn't have a reciprocal
Every number does not. 0 is a number and it does not have a reciprocal.
It is not defined.
The reciprocal of any number (except 0) is equal to 1 divided by that number. Zero does not have a reciprocal.
You have the reciprocal. Unless you started with a fraction equivalent to 0.
1/y or y-1 for y other than 0 The reciprocal of y is not defined for y = 0
0, because division by 0 is not defined.
The number 0 has no reciprocal.
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The reciprocal of any number (other than 0, which has no reciprocal) is 1 divided by that number. In this case, 1 / 911.(Note: to get the reciprocal of a fraction, just exchange the numerator and the denominator.)
If the original slope is 0, then the opposite reciprocal of 0 is still 0. Oops! Reciprocal of 0 (n/0) is undefined! A vertical line has undefined slope, the horizontal line has slope of 0.
what is the reciprocal of 0?well you have to understand that a reciprocal of any number is the number that when multiplied gives 1.ex. reciprocal of 2 is 1/2 because 2x1/2 is 1now understanding that what number can we multiply 0 by to get 10x1 nope0x8 nope0x10000000000000000000000000000000 nopebut what if we consider infinity?infinity isn't big it isn't small it is the endlessness of numbers.and zero is the midway point of the numbers.skipping all of the theory we can understand that the recipricol of 0 is infinity.This is a common perception of the reciprocal of zero. Another common answer, more commonly believed, is that 0's reciprocal is undefined.
Because nothing can be over 0. Therefore it is undefined.
It's 1/a .