Which value of b solves the equation?

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Which value of b solves the equation?

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I'm sorry! I don't want to be a burden on you but, @Luigi0210 could you help me with some more problems, please? :3
Oh, that should be simple. Do you know what to do when you encounter a negative exponent?

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Kind of....
The rule says, when you have a negative exponent you are allowed to flip it to make it positive. Sound familiar?
I thought thats only with -5-(-5) ? They cancel out.
That's a different rule (: But what I mean, is, let's say you have something like \(\Large 5^{-2} \), you are allowed to flip it so that negative 2 is positive again, like so: \(\huge \frac{1}{5^2} \) And the opposite can be done as well
Oh, that...I've seen that before...
But I don't get the B part, tho.
B is just a variable, like x, that you have to solve, so let's solve it: So let's flip everything to make that exponent positive \(\Large \frac{1}{b^3} = 216 \) Now, let's get rid of that cube: \(\Large (\frac{1}{b^3})^{1/3}=(216)^{1/3}\) Which leaves us with \(\Large \frac{1}{b} = 6\) make sense so far?
Somewhat.
What are you confused on?
What's the 1/3 suppose to represent? The exponent. If it is. did u do anything to the 216? (like subtract or divide)
Wait, I think I made an error, I wasn't suppose to flip that 1/216. Sorry, it'll just be \(\Large \frac{1}{b}=\frac{1}{216} \) And yes, that 1/3 is considered an exponent in this certain problem. The 216, I took the cubic root of it along with the 1/b^3
Okay.
\(\Large \frac{1}{b^3} =\frac{1}{216} \) \(\Large (\frac{1}{b^3} )^{1/3} = (\frac{1}{216})^{1/3}\) \(\Large \frac{1}{b} =\frac{1}{6} \) Now flip them: \(\Large b=6 \) Which, if you plug it in, would make the statement true
Sorry if I went a bit quick >><
No worries! :) Is the problem asking what number (b) equals to 216
Yes, which is the same as 1/216, which would be 6 with that negative exponent.
but couldn't we just do 216 รท 2 and then we will find out what b equals
216/2? That's 108?
yes, it is.
How is that 6? o.O
oh, b is suppose to equal to 6?
Yea, 6^3=216, and 6^{-3} = 1/216
oooooooooooh! The answer is 6!
Yea, I even showed you how to solve it <,<
:o ^///^ sorry! I just started to get it cX
Thank you.

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