anonymous
  • anonymous
solve (9^-6)^3=9
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  • chestercat
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mLe
  • mLe
Hello! are you sure you aren't missing any variable or made a typo in your question? :3
anonymous
  • anonymous
i typed it as it shows
mLe
  • mLe
well I am pretty sure (9^(-6))^3 doesn't equal 9 is there some sort of x or n or a letter among the letters that could have been attached to the question?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it simply says solve (9^negative6)^3=9
mLe
  • mLe
*among the numbers sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
np :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
im just trying to finish this...lol
mLe
  • mLe
*shrugs* ok then I'll do my best to work with what I have then, there is this idea that (x^a)^b = x^(a*b) for example (2^4)^5 = 2^(4*5) = 2^(20) do you see what I did there? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
trust me... it makes about as much sense to me as the Dead Sea Scrolls would
anonymous
  • anonymous
u put the variables on each side of the equation
mLe
  • mLe
hmm?
anonymous
  • anonymous
no... you wrote it out in long form sorry
mLe
  • mLe
it's ok xD so did you understand what I meant? what do you think (9^(-6))^3 would simplify to then?
anonymous
  • anonymous
1/3^36??
anonymous
  • anonymous
3(^-12) to the third power
mLe
  • mLe
yesh ^_^
anonymous
  • anonymous
or rather 3^(-12)^3... ugh... trying to solve is hard enough without trying to remember the right ways to write it too...lol
mLe
  • mLe
it's correct either way ;P I just don't know what to do with it after this...
anonymous
  • anonymous
me either lmao... it makes no sense... funny thing i watched my teacher take the test ...her own test... and she got 84%
anonymous
  • anonymous
what if i am looking at it wrong and it is simplify..like (9^-6)^3=9___
anonymous
  • anonymous
so it would be (-6)^3=____
anonymous
  • anonymous
it would make more sense that way i think
mLe
  • mLe
ehhhh I don't think dividing with exponents work like that xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
sheesh ... idk
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah that is what gets me but i think that i was reading it wrong and it is: let me try to attach an image of the question
anonymous
  • anonymous
there is a blank after the 9 =9___
mLe
  • mLe
oh! just put ^(-18) there xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks mLe

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