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A reciprocal is when you have two individual numbers (monomials) that, when multiplied together, will always equal the number “1”. In order for this to occur, the two monomials must be the reverse of each other. For example, let’s look at the monomial fraction 2/6. The reciprocal of 2/6 is 6/2. Now, when we multiply these fractions we get:
2/6 x 6/2 = 12/12
12/12 = 1
That seems easy enough when you have a simple or proper fraction but what if you have a mixed number. See below for examples.
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