Q: What is the reciprocal of radical 13 plus 10?

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It is: 13/10

10 sqrt(13) is.

The reciprocal of 13/45 is 45/13 = 3 6/13 = 3.4615

To find the reciprocal of a fraction, simply flip the fraction. So the reciprocal of 2 over 13 is 13 over 2. 2/13 ---> 13/2

19w + 13 - 10 + 8w + 7 = 27w +20 - 10 = 27w + 10 answer: 27w+10

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13/10

It is: 13/10

It is 3/13 - 2/13*i

10 sqrt(13) is.

The reciprocal of -13/7 is -7/13

The reciprocal of 13/45 is 45/13 = 3 6/13 = 3.4615

13+13+13+13+13+13+13+13+13+13 = 13 * 10 = 130.

To find the reciprocal of a fraction, simply flip the fraction. So the reciprocal of 2 over 13 is 13 over 2. 2/13 ---> 13/2

1/13

radical(13) over 13.

13 + 5.6 - 2 + 10 = 30.6

the reciprocal (aka multiplicative inverse) of a number is 1/number, so the reciprocal of -13 is -1/13 (I moved the negative from the 13 to the 1 as per convention, 1/-13 = -1/13). The reciprocal of any number is what you have to multiply that number by to yield 1. -13 * -1/13 = (-13*-1)/13 = 13/13 = 1