Hello, tdot!
I must assume you know the basic rules for exponents . . .
We have: .
Hello,
1. If you have a new problem start a new thread.
2. Use this sign ^ to write a power (or learn how to write in Latex)
3. Use brackets to separate bases, exponents, factors or summands.
I assume that you meant:
Transcribe this term into a product:
Expand the brackets:
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Expand and collect like terms. I've got:
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(y^(2/3) y^(1/3) y^(1/2)) ÷ (y^(-6)) ==>