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> *Originally posted by **[dd790](/forums/9/topics/310199?page=1#posts-6557448):***
> It’s ‘maths’ not ‘math’.
> Just thought that may help
I think the americans call it math but us brits call it maths
I’ll skip all the technicalities (including jargon) and use concrete exemplification in concordance with basic terminology
Say you have (1/5)
To find the inverse, flip the roles of the denominator and numerator – substitute one for the other: i.e. (5/1 =\> 5)
Now, apply the opposite sign.
For 5, from a positive, you would have a negative. likewise, from a negative, you would apply a positive.
(8/7) would be (- 7/8) etc.
In extension, if you have decimals, multiply the decimal components (i.e. .3) by a factor of 10 to make it whole etc.
That’s all to it