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what do you mean by inverse notation?

do u mean like - 1/x = x^(-1)

\[y=\frac{1}{5x^3}\]
I think you mean to write this maybe
and you are looking for inverse function?

I have no clue what you mean really

The problem says "Express the following in inverse notation"

You can please define that for me.

ill take a picture of it

i think you are talking about multiplicative inverse? u in 6or7th grade?

Alright this is it

No Ive just been out of school for five years

yea :D

So where is a good place to practice this because I really don't have a clue how you go the answer.

you see the exponent 3

on the bottom there?

yup

\[\frac{1}{5x^3}=\frac{1}{5} \frac{1}{x^3}=\frac{1}{5} x^{-3} \text{ use the rule I gave }\]

bring that little part to the numerator and change the sign of the exponent

That makes sense now.

ah I see. This was easier than what I made it seem.

\[\frac{ 1 }{ 5x ^{3} } = y\]
\[5y= \frac{ 1 }{ x ^{3} }\]

\[\sqrt[3]{5y} = x\]

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is this an american class?

most of the sites I can find go backwards
they want positive exponents instead of negative exponents

Thanks guys! I have to go. have a good day all!

you too

they should have said write with negative exponents

and I based this on their solutions

but
\[\frac{1}{5}x^{-3} \text{ is \not the multiplicative inverse of } \frac{1}{5x^3}\]

oh I think I get what you are saying so why wouldn't the answer be:
\[(5x^3)^{-1} \text{ instead }\]

are weird*

Yes, I agree that "write with negative exponents" would be more suited for the "correct " answer.