Posted by **Jenny** on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at 8:06pm.

Simplify, "put the power into a single positive exponent."

-(-2)^0*(-2)^3*(-2)^-4/(-2)^3

please help I am so lost on how to solve this problem!! I have been trying to figure it out for days. the - in front of the (-2) is very confusing.

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