This award-winning series helps students to build confidence in their ability to "do math" and develop the knowledge and skills required to become mathematically literate. This lesson has two primary objectives. The first is an introduction to the division of fractions. The concept of the reciprocal is developed. Then, through a discovery process, the method used to divide fractions is investigated. A logical, step-by-step process for dividing fractional numbers is presented with a number of examples. The second purpose of this lesson is to review the addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of fractions. This is a summary of what has been learned in Lessons 4 through 8. Students will learn to explain what a reciprocal is and give examples and to explain why zero does not have a reciprocal, while leaning how to divide fractions and mixed numbers.