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    Simplify and write without negitive exponents.

    a^1/2b^1/3 divided by c^5/6 all raised to the -6.

    It is difficult to write using a keyboard, hopefully you follow.

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     \left(\frac{a^{1/2}b^{1/3}}{c^{5/6}}\right)^{-6} = \frac{a^{-3}b^{-2}}{c^{-5}} = \frac{c^5}{a^{3}b^{2}} .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ty Durdan View Post
    Simplify and write without negitive exponents.

    a^1/2b^1/3 divided by c^5/6 all raised to the -6.

    It is difficult to write using a keyboard, hopefully you follow.

    -Ty
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\left(\frac{a^{1/2}~b^{1/3}}{c^{5/6}}\right)^{-6}<br />
=\left(\frac {c^{5/6}}{ a^{1/2}~b^{1/3} }\right)^{6}<br />
=\frac {c^{5}}{ a^{3}~b^{2} }<br />

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