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clarkexo Group Title

solve: (a/5)^-2

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  1. timo86m Group Title
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    i think you might be missing an = sign.

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  2. Kashan Group Title
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    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

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    nope, its exponents

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    why do you invert the values?

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    I told earlier that inverting values will result in sign change.. look after inverting i have changed power sign from negative to positive..

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  6. clarkexo Group Title
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    I understand that, but I thought you only do that for the reciprocal?

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  7. Kashan Group Title
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    I did it to make it easier to evaluate.. positive powers are easy to evaluate..

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    okay, so can that apply to all exponent laws?

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  9. Kashan Group Title
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    yes.. you can apply it any where in mathematics.. :)

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    okay can you also help me with another one i'm about to post

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    sure message me the link of that question..

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