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posted by Sadie .
Find the reciprocal of (1/3)(9/2)(6)
Thanks!

Reciprocal means the opposite
Just flip those numbers. 
So, do I multiply them once I flip them. or is the answer (3/1)(2/9)(6)?
I appreciate your help! 
first multiply and solve then flip
6/54 i believe 
If I multiply the first two fractions and the answer is 6/54, do I then multiply it by the 6?

you multiply the first two fractions and the answer is 9/6 then you multiply it by the last fraction and you're answer is 54/6
so the reciprocal(flip it around) is 6/54
i don't think you're paying attention Sadie, it's quite simple :) 
Thank you for your help this evening.

you're very welcome....goodnight!
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