## 1, Reciprocal of a number

The reciprocal of a number is 1 divide by that number

**example:**- the reciprocal of 4 is 1 divide by 4 = 1/4
- The reciprocal of 2/3 is 1 divide by 2/3 = 1/ 2/3 = 1 x 3/2 = 3/2

**Note:**when finding the reciprocal of a

**proper and improper fraction**, you will notice that the denominator and nominator exchange positions

**Exercise:**

**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.

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.

*the square of 4 is***example:****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.

**Exercise:**

**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.

Finding the square root of a fraction is simple with the following steps:

**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:

- convert the fraction into proper or improper formats
- find the square roots of both nominator and denominator

**Example:****Exercise:**