A reciprocal of a fraction is when you interchange the numerator and the denominator.
3/5: reciprocal = 5/3
The reciprocal of the fraction is simply the fraction raised to the -1 power. Simply "flip the fraction upside down" to find the reciprocal. e.g. 3/23 has a reciprocal of 23/3.
multiply by the reciprocal
To get the reciprocal of a fraction, exchange the numerator and denominator.
Mainly when you divide by a fraction - that is equivalent to multiplying by its reciprocal.
The product of -1 and -1 is 1. The reciprocal of a fraction is called its reciprocal.
You have the reciprocal. Unless you started with a fraction equivalent to 0.
Reciprocal just means that you flip the fraction... your fraction is -p/4 the reciprocal is 4/-p the reciprocal is extremely important when dividing fractions. because when you divide fractions you have to take the reciprocal of the bottom fraction and then multiply it to your top fraction to get your answer.
1/3. The fraction for 3 is 3/1, and to find a reciprocal, you have to flip the fraction.
The reciprocal of a fraction is when you flip the two fractions as shown . 1/8 = 8/1
For a fraction A/B, the fraction is improper if A > B. The reciprocal is B/A. So now A is the denominator, and B is the numerator, and B < A, so the reciprocal is a proper fraction. The answer would be always.