California Algebra 2, 2007

The reciprocal of any nonzero real number is divide one by that number.

For example, the reciprocal of the number 5 is .

Therefore, the given statement can be completed as

"The reciprocal of any nonzero number *b* is . ".

The reciprocal of the number 5 is .

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