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posted by Cynthia .
I don't understand how I am supposed to solve if i have something like (7) to the power of 2... or 3/4 to the power of 1

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Joshua
7^ (2), put it divided by 1.
1/(7^2) when you place the exponent to the denominator, change the sign, same goes if you have a negative exponent on the denominator, bring it to the numerator and change the sign.
1/49 
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Joshua
(3/4)^(1). Just switch the fraction to
4/3 , because its the whole fraction raised to 1.
if ( 3^(1) ) / 4 ==> 1/(3*4)=1/12
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