This video illustrates the method of dividing real numbers. The process is composed of the following steps Step 1Take any two real numbers. Convert them to rational numbers taking denominator as one.Step 2Find the LCM of their denominators and multiply both the numerators and denominators by the LCM.Step 3Now find the reciprocal of the second number and move to the next step.Step 4Now divide the numerators obtained. The denominator are also to be divided and the quotient obtained should be rounded off to the nearest real number. The number obtained by this method is the quotient. That's it.
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