# Math

What is the reciprocal of 5 3/4?

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1. Check this site to learn how to find the reciprocal of a number.

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Hint: you'll need to change 5 3/4 into an improper fraction.

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Ms. Sue
2. Thanks for that link....I think I got it......4/23?

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3. Right, again! :-)

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Ms. Sue
4. So my homework say what is the reciprocal of 5 3/4 what do you mean by change into an improper fraction

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