Hi there, here is a question with a negative exponent on the bottom. I would appreciate ANY!! help! Simplify. x^2a-h x x^a-3h / (x^3a+h) ^-2 THANK YOU! ^ means exponent
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Originally Posted by notaveragejoe Hi there, here is a question with a negative exponent on the bottom. I would appreciate ANY!! help! Simplify. x^2a-h x x^a-3h / (x^3a+h) ^-2 THANK YOU! ^ means exponent You have, Since you are dividing by a negative exponent you can bring the denominator to the numerator and remove the negative,
Originally Posted by notaveragejoe Hi there, here is a question with a negative exponent on the bottom. I would appreciate ANY!! help! Simplify. x^2a-h x x^a-3h / (x^3a+h) ^-2 THANK YOU! ^ means exponent Are you saying: or: if it's neither of those two than try rewriting it with as many paranthesis as possible and write out the word "times".
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