## anonymous 5 years ago How do you rewrite this expression using positive exponents only? 3s^1/3 * s^-7/3

1. anonymous

3/x^2

2. anonymous

$3s ^{1/3}\times s ^{-7/3}$

3. anonymous

$3s ^{1/3}\times s ^{-7/3} = 3 \times s ^{(1/3) + (-7/3)}$ $3 \times s ^{-6/3}$ $3 \times s ^{-2}$ since $s ^{-2} = 1/s^2$ so we have $3/s^2$