Algebra
posted by Kim .
(11xy)¯^5/^7= 1/(11xy)¯^5/^7 Is this answer correct.
Can someone tell me if I did this expression right. The instructions are to rewrite the following expression with positive exponenets.

It looks like you changed 11xy to
1/(11xy) and kept the exponents the same. That is not correct.
I do not undertand your ¯^5/^7 notation. Is ¯ supposed to be a minus sign? Why not use  ? Why to you have ^ in front of both 5 and 7? What is being raised to the seventh power?
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