Simplify for y.
I have to simplify what y equals to.
y = 1 divided by n(x^[(1/n)(n - 1)]
Everything in red is the exponent of x.
How do I simplify what y equals to?
I will take the equation to be as follows:
. . . . .$\displaystyle y\, =\, \frac{1}{nx^{\left(\frac{1}{n}\right)(n\, -\, 1)}}$
If so, then note that (1/n)(n - 1) = -(1/n)(1 - n), and negative exponents mean to move the base to the other side of the fraction line, so we get:
. . . . .$\displaystyle y\, =\, \frac{x^{\left(\frac{1}{n}\right)(1\, -\, n)}}{n}$
I'm not sure that anything "simplifies" much after this point....