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solve: (a/5)^-2

Mathematics
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i think you might be missing an = sign.
you can write it as (5/a)^2 inverting values will change the sign from negative to positive.. so it will be, 25/a^2
nope, its exponents

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why do you invert the values?
I told earlier that inverting values will result in sign change.. look after inverting i have changed power sign from negative to positive..
I understand that, but I thought you only do that for the reciprocal?
I did it to make it easier to evaluate.. positive powers are easy to evaluate..
okay, so can that apply to all exponent laws?
yes.. you can apply it any where in mathematics.. :)
okay can you also help me with another one i'm about to post
sure message me the link of that question..

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