ow do you do (5/4)^-2

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1/ (5/4)^2
\[(\frac{5}{4})^{-2}=(\frac{4}{5})^2=\frac{16}{25}\]
Then how do you do (5/4)^2

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negative exponent means take the reciprocal. flip it. square by multiplying by itself.
Ahah!
easy to square a fraction
what about 1/(36^-1/2)
ok lets go slow. the exponent is negative, so get it out of the denominator and put it in the numerator. then the exponent will be positive.
so its simply 36^1/2?
\[\frac{1}{64^{-\frac{1}{2}}}=64^{\frac{1}{2}}\]
yes. you are right
i meant 36 not 64!
Power over root right?
zactly
Thanks, I got some more Q's, but ill make a new thread so i can medal more peeps
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