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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

The reciprocal of 41/3 = 13/3 is 3/13.

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

A reciprocal is the number you must multiply another number by to get the product of 1. The reciprocal of 4 (which is the same as 4/1) is 1/4. The reciprocal of 3/8 is 8/3. The reciprocal of 13 is 1/13.This can also be expressed using exponents. The reciprocal of any value x is equal to x-1. So the reciprocal of a/b is (a/b)-1, which is equal to b/a.To find a reciprocal, put the number under one. If it is a fraction, flip the fraction. Whatever the reciprocal is, remember that it must always multiply to one with the original number.

it is 66 over 13

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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

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

13/10

31

23/5 = 13/5 so its reciprocal is 5/13

The reciprocal of 41/3 = 13/3 is 3/13.

It is: 13/10

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

1/2 and 1/13

13 over 2.

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