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let x=4 -x^4 = -256 is this correct?

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not -x^4 = 256 because this -x^4 means -1(4)^4 not (-4)^4
Is it correct?
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it is 256
(-x)^4=256 & -(x^4)=-256
becoz instead of x u r giving 4
Does that help @moongazer ??
-4 * -4 * -4 * -4=
Becoz according to BODMAS rule first we solve brackets :)
so -x^4 = -256 is correct right?
but it is like this (-4)^4
But there is no parenthesis ?
so it is like -1(x)^4
or wat is -x*-x*-x*-x
nw give x=4
wat will the answer
BODMAS :- http://www.mathsisfun.com/operation-order-bodmas.html PEMDAS :- http://www.purplemath.com/modules/orderops.htm
just think like that
-x^4=-x*-x*-x*-x
isn't that \[-4^2 \neq (-4)^2\]
???
why both r same
no it is not
why>>>>>>
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=-4%5E2
ok.....@moongazer nw tell is this correct or not -x^4=-x*-x*-x*-x
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%28-4%29%5E2
That is wrong I think.
-x^4 = -256 for the record...
indeed
that's the question I am asking :)
so i guess it's down to a 2-on-2
why //
@lgbasallote -x^4=-x*-x*-x*-x
@Yahoo! this is -(x^4) not (-x)^4
because the exponent just affects the nearest base
look his question it is just -x^4
exactly
the ^4 is just on x...not on - too
because -x^4 is like -1(x)^4 not (-x)^4 I think this is the explanation?
i would say if (-x)^4=256 & -(x^4)=-256
-x^4 = -(x^4)
so wat is -2^2
-4
@Yahoo! (-1)(4) so -4
-2^2 = -1 (2^2) = -1 * 4 = -4
let this be an end to these skepticisms http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=-4%5E4
when there is a minus, do all the stuff before minusing
hey ..... it is like this (-x)^4=256 & -(x^4)=-256
nop visit http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=%28-4%29^4
http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=-2^2
(-x)^4=256 -x^4 = -256 ................ agreed
lol

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