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I know number one is 10. I don't understand the others though.

\[\large\rm -(10)^{-1}\]Is this the first one? :o

if it is then 10 won't be the answer it would be -1/10

but yes that is the first one

The equation tool. It takes a little getting used to though :)

So use the second rule I posted :)

Oh okay thank you, would number 2 be -c5?

So it would be \[c^{5}\] not \[-c^{5}\]

correct :)

Thank you so much! Do you think you can help me with number 3 as well?

|dw:1442382222840:dw|Apply your exponent rule to each of these BEFORE you plug the values in.

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Would it end up being 128?

Im not good at this at all. . sorry :/ \[\frac{ 10 }{ 3 }\] then?