 # Using a Calculator to Find Reciprocals of Numbers

In this worksheet, students practise finding reciprocals of numbers using a calculator. Key stage:  KS 3

Curriculum topic:   Number

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Calculators/Technology for Accuracy

Difficulty level:   ### QUESTION 1 of 10

The reciprocal of a number is 1 divided by the number.

Example

The reciprocal of 20 is 1/20 = 0.05.

You can either work out 1 ÷ 20 or use the reciprocal button 1/x or x-1 on the calculator.

The reciprocal of 11 is

The reciprocal of 89 is
The reciprocal of 87 is
The reciprocal of 81 is
The reciprocal of 62 is
The reciprocal of 24 is
The reciprocal of 76 is
The reciprocal of 23 is
The reciprocal of 34 is
The reciprocal of 15 is
• Question 1
The reciprocal of 11 is

0.0909
• Question 2
The reciprocal of 89 is
0.0112
• Question 3
The reciprocal of 87 is
0.0115
• Question 4
The reciprocal of 81 is
0.0123
• Question 5
The reciprocal of 62 is
0.0161
• Question 6
The reciprocal of 24 is
0.0417
• Question 7
The reciprocal of 76 is
0.0132
• Question 8
The reciprocal of 23 is
0.0435
• Question 9
The reciprocal of 34 is
0.0294
• Question 10
The reciprocal of 15 is
0.0667
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