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Rewrite using only positive exponents: x−5y3
how do you rewrite without negative exponents?

  • math -

    Here is an example:

    x^-5 becomes 1/x^5 -->flip to denominator (bottom) and make the exponent positive.

    1/x^-5 becomes x^5 --->flip to numerator (top) and make the exponent positive.

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