Algebra 2
posted by Fred .
Simplify a(2)power divided by b(6)power times c(8)power so there are no negative exponents

consider the fraction as given. Negative powers swap up/down positions:
a^{2} / b^{6}c^{8}
= c^{8} / a^{2}b6^{}
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