My teacher assigned me this assignment and it looks totally different that what we did... here are a few of the problems...
X^-2 Y^4
C^0 D^4
R^-3 T^5
There is just a couple of them I just want to get the hang of it so I can do the rest.
P.S I made this thread in the exponents section but i realized that there is this section... I believe it would be better because it is really urgent.
Masters, I don't see any decimal 7 in the problem. I see g^7 h^-1 k.
XGBrandon, you have been told, repeatedly, that the negative exponent means it goes into the denominator (with positive exponent). Only the h has a negative exponent. And the "7" exponent on the g doesn't just "disappear".