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show in negative exponent: 2/a

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what is the exponent on a? that is your b
there is no exponent on a

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simple as I told you.. invert it.. it will be (a/2)^-1's saying its wrong
not its not.. (a/2)^-1 is in negative exponent.. you can further expand it like.. (a^-1)/(2^-1)
if question is to show it in negative exponent then my answer is perfectly all right..
the answer was 2 x a^-1
so it means that it was to show only "a" in negative exponent.. not the whole value..
It just said show the question in a negative value, idk :s
you can solve it like... (2/a) = 2x (1/a) when you'll invert "a" you'll get that answer.. 2x(a)^-1
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