Fill in the blanks:

(i) The product of two positive rational numbers is always…

(ii) The product of a positive rational number and a negative rational number is always….

(iii) The product of two negative rational numbers is always…

(iv) The reciprocal of a positive rational numbers is…

(v) The reciprocal of a negative rational numbers is…

(vi) Zero has …. Reciprocal.

(vii) The product of a rational number and its reciprocal is…

(viii) The numbers … and … are their own reciprocals.

(ix) If a is reciprocal of b, then the reciprocal of b is.

(x) The number 0 is … the reciprocal of any number.

(xi) reciprocal of $$\dfrac{1}{a}$$, a ≠ 0 is …

(xii) $$(17×12)^{-1} = 17^{-1} × …$$

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##### Solution :-

(i) The product of two positive rational numbers is always positive.

(ii) The product of a positive rational number and a negative rational number is always negative.

(iii) The product of two negative rational numbers is always positive.

(iv) The reciprocal of a positive rational numbers is positive.

(v) The reciprocal of a negative rational numbers is negative.

(vi) Zero has no Reciprocal.

(vii) The product of a rational number and its reciprocal is 1.

(viii) The numbers 1 and -1 are their own reciprocals.

(ix) If a is reciprocal of b, then the reciprocal of b is a.

(x) The number 0 is not the reciprocal of any number.

(xi) reciprocal of $$\dfrac{1}{a}$$, a ≠ 0 is a.

(xii) (17×12)-1 = 17-1 × 12-1

Answered by Sakshi | 1 year ago

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