Q: What is reciprocal of 2 over 5?

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The reciprocal of 14/5 is 5/14.

The reciprocal of 4.2, or 4 2/5, is 5 over 22. (5/22.)

52/3 = 17/3 So the reciprocal is 3/17

Negitive 2 over five

Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction then the reciprocal can be found: 1/(2 1/5) = 1/((5×2+1)/5) = 1/(11/5) = 5/11

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The reciprocal of 14/5 is 5/14.

The reciprocal of 4.2, or 4 2/5, is 5 over 22. (5/22.)

52/3 = 17/3 So the reciprocal is 3/17

Negitive 2 over five

Convert the mixed number to an improper fraction then the reciprocal can be found: 1/(2 1/5) = 1/((5×2+1)/5) = 1/(11/5) = 5/11

The answer is: 2/7 More information from "http://en.allexperts.com/q/Basic-Math-657/reciprocal.htm": A reciprocal is a number that you multiply by so that the result equals 1. The easiest way to find it is to just flip the fraction over. Here's an example: What is the reciprocal of 3? 3 is the same as 3/1, so we flip and the reciprocal is 1/3 Reciprocal of 4/5 is 5/4 Reciprocal of 2 1/2? Trciky! Change to a fraction --> 5/2, then flip --> 2/5

Division by a fraction is the same as multiplication by its reciprocal. The reciprocal of a number x is 1 over x. So the reciprocal of 2/5, for example, is 5/2.

The reciprocal of a fraction is formed by turning it upside down. The reciprocal of 3/5 is 5/3 which can also be written as the mixed number 1 2/3

the reciprocal of 1 over 2, is 2. reciprocal just means you flip the numbers over, in this case it leaves 2 over 1 which is the same as 2 divided by 1 which is 2. for example the reciprocal of 10 is 1 over 10 and the reciprocal over 1 over 7 is 7.

1 is the reciprocal of 1.

reciprocal of 2 over 25 = 25/2