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September 2, 2014

Homework Help: 7th grade Pre-Algebra

Posted by Dean on Tuesday, September 22, 2009 at 9:02pm.

Using the definition, 10(to the negative sixth power) = 1/10to the six power and x(negative2) = 1/xto the second power

The definition also shows that 1/10to the six power = 10to the negative 6th power and 1/xto the 2nd power = x(negative2)

I think thats the directions :S

1. 3to the negative1st power
:? Sorry, I'll retype the directions if you get confused, I, aswell, am confused. :/

Please help,
Appriciated.

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