Zero does not have a reciprocal.
Every number except zero has a reciprocal.
The reciprocal of any number (except 0) is equal to 1 divided by that number. Zero does not have a reciprocal.
That number is zero.
Zero doesn't have a negative reciprocal. Zero doesn't have a reciprocal at all. It's zero. Zilch, nix, zip, nada, diddly-squat.
Zero, since you can't divide by zero.
The number zero.
The only number to not have a reciprocal is zero. This is because it can't be divided by anything.
The product of any non-zero number and its reciprocal is 1.
Reciprocal of any non - zero number [other than 1 (because reciprocal of 1 is 1)]is always less than '1' .============================The first contributor disputes the change:Sorry, Anu. What about the non-zero number 0.5, whose reciprocal is 2 ? ? ?
Yes, it is."The name of the product of a non-zero number and its reciprocal is 1" is TAUTOLOGY.
The product of any non-zero number & its reciprocal equals 1.
The negative reciprocal of zero would be any undefined fraction. 0/x=0 negative reciprocal: -(x/0)= undefined.
The reciprocal of a non-zero integer.
1/x, provided x is non-zero.
The multiplicative opposite of a non-zero fraction is its reciprocal.
Swap the numerator and the denominator to obtain 1/0. Anything divided by zero is undefined.
To the nearest thousands, it is zero. To the nearest thousandth, it is 0.233.
All numbers -with the exception of zero- have, and are, reciprocals. A reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by that number (so the reciprocal of 22 is 1/22). So a reciprocal isn't actually anything special in itself, it just has a particular relationship with another unique number.