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anonymous
  • anonymous
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ronlover101
  • ronlover101
Ok what is your question?
JazzyLuvsU123
  • JazzyLuvsU123
The reciprocal does not have a negative sign. It's 1 divided by the number. When you divide a fraction by one, you flip flop. So, its positive 12/7

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anonymous
  • anonymous
whoa tel it in numbers
anonymous
  • anonymous
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ronlover101
  • ronlover101
7/12=12/7 that is the answer
ronlover101
  • ronlover101
2/3 divide by 1/8 = 2/3 multiply 8/1 = (2 multiply 8) divide by (3 multiply 1) = 16 divide by 3 =5.33 ( accurate to 2 decimal places)
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  • anonymous
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ronlover101
  • ronlover101
Thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
this 1 and 1 more plz
ronlover101
  • ronlover101
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ronlover101
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ronlover101
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5.375
anonymous
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thanks
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u helped a ton
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