Simplify without negative exponents. \[\frac{ x ^{-4} }{ x ^{7} }\]

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Simplify without negative exponents. \[\frac{ x ^{-4} }{ x ^{7} }\]

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x^(-a) / 1 / x^a
\[\large \color{green}{\frac{x^m}{x^n} = x^{m-n}}\]
You have \(m = -4\) and \(n = 7\), try to use the rule I gave just now..

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Try it once otherwise I don't know whether you will be falling in Katt, but you will be falling (and failing too) in Maths.. :P
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@Bhawaish it says no negative exponent
Also, you are not allowed to give out direct answers.. @Bhawaish .. Please read Code of Conduct for this site once.. Have a look here: http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
Have considered the rule that @waterineyes@waterines givegive you
There is no hidden trick or something just the rule that is all

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