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# What are reciprocal numbers?

The reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by the number. Alternatively, a number and its reciprocal make a pair such that they always multiply to make 1.

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The reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by the number. Alternatively, a number and its reciprocal make a pair such that they always multiply to make 1.

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1/1.25 Added by El Oh El: To take the reciprocal of a number, you just flip the numerator and the denominator. So in the case of 1.25, which can be represented in a frac…tion as 5/4, you would reverse the 5 and the 4. Therefore, your end result is 4/5, or .8 (MORE)

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Corresponding roles that define the patterns of interacton between related statuses. Ex: doctor-patient or athlete-coach.

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A reciprocal of a fraction is when you interchange the numerator and the denominator. Example: 3/5: reciprocal = 5/3 The reciprocal of a fraction is when you interchange the n…umerator and the denominator. Example: 3/5: reciprocal = 5/3 (MORE)

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The reciprocal of 6 (which is equal to 6/1) would be 1/6. all you are really doing is swapping out the numerator with the denominator.

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The technical definition is "(of a quantity or function) related to another so that their product is one. The reciprocal of a fraction is mostly flipping the fract…ion Ex. 5/2 the reciprocal would be 2/5, you're mostly just flipping it. A reciprocal is a mathematical term. It is often used in the inverse of multiplication. For example, the reciprocal of 100 is 1/100. (MORE)

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x/1 = x so instead of saying 11, lets say 11/1 because they mean the same thing. to take the reciprocal of something, just swap the numerator and denominate around (swap t…he top and bottom). so 3/5 would become 5/3, 7/2 becomes 2/7. 11/1 becomes 1/11. the answer is 1/11 (MORE)

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Reciprocity is the exchange of gifts in favors in order to pressure someone into doing or purchasing something. It also has a more general meaning; you have two people or part…ies involved in a transaction, and each gives something and each gets something; there is an exchange. This is in comparison to a transaction in which only one party gives, and the other only receives. If someone asks me to donate to their cause (whatever that cause may be) and I do, there is no reciprocity (unless you count the receipt which I might use to claim a tax deduction - and even so, that is a very feeble form of reciprocity). (MORE)

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-.375=-3/8 So, -8/3 because a negative time a negative equals a positive, and 1 is a positive

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1/3. The fraction for 3 is 3/1, and to find a reciprocal, you have to flip the fraction.