This question can be expressed algebraically as: (1/n) + (1/(2n)) + 2 = 23, (1/n) + (1/(2n)) =21, ((1+2)/(2n)) = 21, (3/(2n)) = 21, or 2n = (3/21), 2n = (1/7), so n = (1/14). This, by the way, is an elementary algebraic proof that the solution to the above relation is (1/14). Anyway, to answer the question, reread the question: "[What integer is such that] the reciprocal of the integer...". notice, the reciprocal of (1/14) is 14, which is the integer in question! ^_^
2/x =16/20 16x = 40 x = 2.5
The reciprocal of a number plus the reciprocal of twice the number equals Find the number. 1/2 find the number
Put a 1 over it. The reciprocal of 3 is 1/3
1/x + 1/2x + 2 = 2/3; 3/2x = -4/3; -8x = 9 (2 + 1)/2x + 2 = 2/3 3 + 4x = 4x/3 9 + 12x = 4x 8x = -9 x = -1 1/8 which isn't an integer but fits the stated conditions If you're doing A+ the answer is 2.
Let the number be n. We have: 3 x 1/n = 9 x 1/6 (simplify) 3 x 1/n = 3 x 1/2, this is true only for n = 2.
you times it by the reciprocal of the death of the next number from the patty in the kitchen
To find the reciprocal of anything, divide '1' by it.
To find the reciprocal of a fraction, you turn it upside down. So the reciprocal of 1/2 is 2/1, or just 2.
If we write the problem as 6x-5=x2, then we can write in the form of ax2+bx+c: -x2+6x-5. Then we can use the quadratic equation, x = (-b ± √(b2 - 4ac))/2a, and put in our own values to get the equation x = 3 ± 2. Therefore, x1= 1 and x2=5.
1.2857 times 7 equals 8.9999, which rounds up to 9. To find the answer, all you have to do is divide 9 by 7 on a calculator.
the reciprocal of a number is it's opposite. the opposite of 3/5 is 5/3. the recriprocal's product should equal one. 3/5 times 5/3 equals 15/15, simplified to 1/1, which can be simplified to 1. to find a reciprocal, just turn the fraction upside down. examples: 3/4 is turned to 4/3 2/9 is turned to 9/2.
Negative reciprocal is something you use in math that often times help you find a perpendicular line to an equation. ex: for an equation with a slope of 5x, the recriprocal would be -1/5x. what you do is you flip flop the bottom and the top, 1/5x. That is the reciprocal alone and to make it a negative reciprocal you just simply add the negative sign.
To find an integer you ask your teacher.
Two numbers with a product of 1 are called reciprocals. If you have a number and want to find the reciprocal of it, simply divide 1 by the number. For example, the reciprocal of 5 is 1/5, and the reciprocal of 700 is 1/700.
To find the reciprocal of a whole number, you must first write it as a fraction. You do this by writing x/1, if the number is 4, it would be 4/1. Then you would find the reciprocal of that fraction. So using the same example, the reciprocal of 4 is 1/4.
The sum of two positive integers is positive