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  1. unheard
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  2. unheard
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    @jim_thompson5910

  3. Cookieyumm
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    If I'm remembering right, you can never have a negative exponent in the denominator.

  4. Luigi0210
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    Not exactly.. a negative exponent means you have to flip it so it can be positive

  5. Luigi0210
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    So flip the equation from 9/h^-3 to 9*h^3

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    Thanks @Luigi0210 !

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