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    [SOLVED] Simplyify using the law of exponents

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    (3x-1 y2 z3)-1
    ______________

    (2x-3 y-2 z-1)-1

    Attempt answer:-

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    - x-2 y-5 z-4
    3

    Please tell me if this answer is wrong and explain in step how to solve it
    (Thank you ,)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mj.alawami View Post
    Question

    (3x-1 y2 z3)-1
    ______________

    (2x-3 y-2 z-1)-1

    Attempt answer:-

    2
    - x-2 y-5 z-4
    3

    Please tell me if this answer is wrong and explain in step how to solve it
    (Thank you ,)
    You're very close. There is a problem with the exponent of y....can you try to figure out where you went wrong?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris L T521 View Post
    You're very close. There is a problem with the exponent of y....can you try to figure out where you went wrong?
    2
    - xˆ-2 yˆ-4 zˆ-4
    3

    Now is it correct ?:P

    Thank you very much for your help
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    yea it is correct =)
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