algebra
posted by blockhead .
7s over 5t to the negative 3rd power
2 to the negative 3rd power times X to the 2nd power times Z to the negative 7th power
7s to the zero power times T to the negative 5th power over 2 to the negative 1st power times M to the 2nd power
If you would please simplify these problems as much as you can.
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