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Please Help Algebra 2

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  1. countrygirl1431
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    |dw:1440780554727:dw|

  2. countrygirl1431
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    True or False

  3. rishavraj
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    is it \[\frac{ 1 }{ 5^{-2} } = 25\]

  4. countrygirl1431
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    yes

  5. countrygirl1431
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    its just a true or false question

  6. Luigi0210
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    Well in order to make a negative exponent positive you have to take its reciprocal. So in order to make \(\large \frac{1}{5^{2}} \) positive you flip it and have just \(\large 5^2\) which is 25 soooo

  7. rishavraj
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    \[\frac{ 1 }{ a } = a^{-1}\]

  8. Luigi0210
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    That should be \(\Large \frac{1}{5^{-2}} \), whoops

  9. countrygirl1431
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    so true

  10. rishavraj
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    so \[\frac{ 1 }{ 5^{-2} } = 5^2 = \]

  11. Luigi0210
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    ^

  12. Luigi0210
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    If \(\large 5^2 =25 \) then it is true. Unless \(5^2 \) has a new number with it.

  13. countrygirl1431
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    ok thanks yall

  14. Luigi0210
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    No probbbb \(\Huge \color{green}{👽}\)

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