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simplify this expression. 8/x^-1

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it would be 8x the x has a negative exponent making it move from the bottom to the top so the exponent will be positive
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so how would i do this
When x^-1 is taken to the numerator, the negative sign becomes positive(the sign changes)... so, it becomes 8x^1.... x^1 is nothing but x multiplied once... so it becomes 8x
it would be |dw:1359694923356:dw|
it would be y^4
since anything to the 0 power is 1 and the y^-4 would move to the top making it positive y^4 and 1 times y^4 is y^4
From where did 'y' come? it is not required... @Luigi0210
If you scroll up more you'll see another problem @ShikhaDessai
and I really hope that is a y :/
oh...sorry, didnt see that... yes, you're right, its y^4

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