1, Reciprocal of a number
The reciprocal of a number is 1 divide by that number
Note: when finding the reciprocal of a proper and improper fraction, you will notice that the denominator and nominator exchange positions
Sponsored: Click here to download more questions on reciprocal and Answers - Standard 6 Maths
2. Squares and Fractions - std 6 mathematics
The square of a number is that number multiplied by itself.
example: the square of 4 is 4 x 4 = 16
How to find the square of a fraction:
A fraction is made up of a nominator and denominator and therefore to find the square of a fraction, its recommended to find both squares of nominator and denominator i.e.
Sponsored: Click here to download more questions on squares and Answers - Standard 6 Maths
Square roots of fractions
Finding the square root of a number is conducting the opposite of a square. A square root is a number when paired with a number of its value (itself) derives the number of which we are finding the square root (the square)
Finding square roots of fractions
Finding the square root of a fraction is simple with the following steps:
Form 1 to Form 4 kcse past papers latest
Pre-Primary 1 to Std 8 Latest KCPE Past papers
KNEC PAPERS FOR COLLEGE
100% of 'A' students Acknowledge the use of revision papers as a way of bettering their grades. You too can; your time is now!
Don't have Credit/Debit Card? Click here for more choices
Contact us anytime
Trusted by over 500 schools and colleges
The list keeps growing 'day in, day out' ... List of Schools in Kenya