Lesson Introduction and Title |

Their definition for the terms multiplicative inverse or reciprocal. |

Example 1 |

Example 1 continued showing the reciprocal. |

Showing that the reciprocal of the example is 1. |

Example 2 |

With example 2 you have to make it an improper fraction first before doing the multiplicative inverse. |

Example 2 continued with applying the reciprocal to the example. |

Example 2 showing that the answer is or will be 1. |

Next step in Solving Equations |

Example 1 |

Cross simplify and then multiply. The variable n is alone and equals 28. |

A multiple choice question using equations. |

In this example the variable has an entire fraction. To solve you do the reciprocal of the fraction to both sides. I put that in ( ). |

Solving the equation and getting the multiple choice answer of d. |

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