math - exponent laws
evaluate -(11/17^-10/(9/5)^(1/10) answer from Reiny: (-11/-17)^-10 = 1/(11/17)^10 = 77.725... (I stored that in A on my calculator) (9/5)^(1/10) = 1.0605.. so -(11/17^-10/(9/5)^(1/10) = -77.725... /1.0605... = -73.28837824 --- do we need to reciprocal -(11/17) to -(17/11) ?
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OMG that is exaclty how I was feeling when reading the text. I know Im not stupid but when I read the explanations I do feel a little slow because I know its not that hard to figure out. So why do they make it something so easy seem difficult
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