express as a quotient with no negative exponents: (-x^2/y)^3 multiplied by (x^-1/2y^2)^2
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Originally Posted by cruxkitty express as a quotient with no negative exponents: (-x^2/y)^3 multiplied by (x^-1/2y^2)^2 In case you mean: (-x^(2) / y)^3 * (x^(-1/2) y^2)^2 Please be so kind and make excessive use of brackets to avoid those ambiguities.
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