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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

simplify and write the expression with positive exponents only: 8x^-1y^0. how do you solve it??

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  1. anonymous
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    8/y

  2. anonymous
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    only x is raised to negative 1?

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    yah your ryt!

  4. anonymous
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    how'd you get your answer?

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    any variable or number raised to zero is 1.

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    and th rule is in properties of exponents a^-n=1/a^n

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    and, use the rule of exponents. \[a ^{-m} = 1\div a ^{m}\]

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