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 Exponential form 2012-09-04 From angie:How do i write 9^-5 in exponential form?Answered by Penny Nom. Exponential form 2012-01-15 From Helen:How do you write (1/x) in exponential form?Answered by Penny Nom. (27^r^-1)^-2/3 2011-04-24 From Yung-Ju:(27^r^-1)^-2/3Answered by Penny Nom. A fraction with negative exponents 2009-02-14 From Gabriel:What does the line seperating the top from the bottom mean? what does it tell you to do and what is the answer to the question? Question 3 Simplify. Write the answer using only positive exponents. Assume all variables represent nonzero numbers. (x^-5)^-4(x^-1y)^3 ________________ (xy^4)^3Answered by Penny Nom. Negative Exponents 2008-01-29 From Bill:t to the negative fourth power inside parenthesis to the ninth power OVER t to the negative fourth power inside parenthesis to the third power I am confused on how to start the problem. What I did was invert the Ts to make them positive and I then multiplied the powers. I am not sure if this is the correct process.Answered by Harley Weston. x^3 y^(-6) 2008-01-24 From Bill:I need help completing this negative exponents problem: x to the power of 3 multiplied by y to the power of negative 6. What would the process to solving this problem be?Answered by Penny Nom. Negative exponents 2007-01-11 From Bob:I have to write this "Y-7" (but the -7 is an exponent) as a positive exponent. How?Answered by Penny Nom. Negative exponents 2002-01-16 From Julie:If z to the power of -4= 1/z4 then how would you solve 1/t-2? Answered by Penny Nom.

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