Math Urgent 1 tiny question
posted by Sarsh on .
how would you write (11/20)^6 as a single power... don't evaluate.

it is already written as a single power. However, if you want a positive power, then
(11/20)^6 = 1/(11/20)^6 = (20/11)^6
posted by Sarsh on .
how would you write (11/20)^6 as a single power... don't evaluate.
it is already written as a single power. However, if you want a positive power, then
(11/20)^6 = 1/(11/20)^6 = (20/11)^6