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sauravshakya
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|dw:1353293624708:dw|Hint:
sauravshakya
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Does it help?
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somewhat i will figure it out i am trying to see how they get a fraction out of it
sauravshakya
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yes u will get a fraction... Try to use what I have given.
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You could simply do this @sassyst12
What is 5^3 ?
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5*5*5
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Yes.
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What does that equal.
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?
sassyst12
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125
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The power rule... is when a number is being raised to a negative exponent it is forced to the denominator.... to hold the place in the numerator a 1 is automatically put there.
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\[\frac{ 1 }{ 125 }\]
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so the answer would be 1/125
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Yes.