Reciprocal of 3 is 1/3
Reciprocal of 35 is 1/35.
Reciprocal of x is 1/x.
Reciprocal of 1/3 is 3.
Reciprocal of 1/x is x.
It is the inverse of a number.
Yes, you do have to do the reciprocal. It is the basic main mathmatical process
What does reciprocal mean in fractions
it means something that is chosen out of several averages.
The difference between the highest and lowest numbers in the set
In mathmatical terms, term means the way of saying or writing something. For example, Pi, in other terms is 3.141592654... and so on. :D
Range is when you have the difference of a higher number to the smaller number. Example: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 10-1=9 9 is the range
The mean is the sum of all elements in the sequence divided by the total number of elements. It is a statistic which represents the expected value of any term in the sequence (the average value).
a mathmatical term
It means average
-My teacher likes for us to use math terms, such as reciprocal, in class.
The answer, which depends on the context could beadditive inverse,multiplicative inverse or reciprocal,reflection in the origin.
it means the average. add up all of the numbers and divide by the number of numbers you added. for example, 10+ 10+10=30 the mean is 30 divided by 3 = 10 the average! A nasty average?
This has various related meanings. (1) A square root, cubic root, etc. (2) A solution to an equation. (3) The value for which an expression - for example, a polynomial - is equal to zero.
If you mean 2/3 then the reciprocal is 3/2
no "to reciprocal" is meaningless. If you mean can you take a reciprocal of a fraction, then the reciprocal of 5/97, for example, is 97/5 in just the same way that the reciprocal of 2 (think of 2/1) is 1/2.
The opposite is 8584073464 while the reciprocal is -1/8584073464. If you mean the opposite of the reciprocal of -8584073464 then is 1/8584073464.
In mathematics to form the reciprocal of a quantity is to divide one by that quantity:The reciprocal of 2 is 1/2.The reciprocal of a-b is 1/(a-b).
Arithmetic, Statistics . the middle number in a given sequence of numbers, taken as the average of the two middle numbers when the sequence has an even number of numbers: 4 is the median of 1, 3, 4, 8, 9.
It depends on the context:Inverse refers to a statement or theorem opposite.Negative refers to additive opposites.Reciprocal refers to multiplicative opposites.
Flip is the technical term for a reciprocal. (The reciprocal of 3/4 is 4/3)
I think you mean reciprocal. For example, the reciprocal of 2/3 is 3/2.
1/a is the reciprocal of a