leozap1
  • leozap1
If I had a positive base with a negative exponent that would make it positive correct?
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gorica
  • gorica
yes
leozap1
  • leozap1
Thanks
leozap1
  • leozap1
No it would be negative not positive -_-

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it really all depends on the number the exponent is like if it were -1 you d multiply the number nby itself one time and it would be negetive
anonymous
  • anonymous
but like i said it all depends on the exponents number.
leozap1
  • leozap1
Ok ty
anonymous
  • anonymous
ur welcome im happy to help
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
the negative exponents just makes the equation a fraction
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
if you have a^-1 it is 1/a
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
now if the base is negative and the exponent is positive, then the result depends on what number is on the exponent.
leozap1
  • leozap1
I have the problem -5 * 1/9 after I work out the exponit would it equal -(1/45)?
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
what is the exponent on that equation ?
leozap1
  • leozap1
I am doing a exponential function the problem would be -5 * (3^-2)
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
ok 3^-2 = 1/9 -5 . 1/9 = -5/9
leozap1
  • leozap1
When I place that on a graph how would I though?
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
so you are not only solving, you are graphing. what is the exact question
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well usually negative *s positive is negative ..
leozap1
  • leozap1
I am working them all out to fill in the chart |dw:1377785312946:dw|
leozap1
  • leozap1
Ok I just filled out all of the table now I am going to make the graph
leozap1
  • leozap1
I solved the problem
ivettef365
  • ivettef365
yes, first fill out the whole table
leozap1
  • leozap1
I have already solved the whole graph and all... :P

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