Algebra Check
posted by Marysvoice .
Rewrite the following expression with positive exponents
(16xy)^5/6 = 1/(16xy)^5/6?

Something here is missing. You started with a positive exponent.

TYPO the exponent is 5/6

Then you are correct.
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