anonymous one year ago What value of w solves the equation?

1. anonymous

2. anonymous

@Nnesha

3. anonymous

4. anonymous

@just_one_last_goodbye

5. anonymous

@Nnesha

6. anonymous

hi can you help me

7. just_one_last_goodbye

Hey need help? ^_^

8. just_one_last_goodbye

Really sorry for getting here so late

9. anonymous

yas plz and can you fan me so i can message you

10. anonymous

it is fine

11. Nnesha

$\huge\rm w^{-3}$ convert this to positive exponent

12. anonymous

what do i insert

13. Nnesha

don't insert yet just change negative to positive e xponent

14. anonymous

okay that is a positive 3 then

15. just_one_last_goodbye

16. anonymous

can you fan me plz @just_one_last_goodbye

17. Nnesha

remember the negative exponent i gave u on the previous post ?

18. Nnesha

remember the negative exponent rule i gave u on the previous post ?

19. MrNood

By definition $w ^{-3} = \frac{ 1 }{ w ^{3} }$ so in your case: $\frac{ 1 }{ w ^{3}} = \frac{ 1 }{ 64 }$ can you take it from there?

20. anonymous

idk

21. Nnesha

nvm..

22. anonymous

is it 4