Algebra
posted by Emma .
Which is an equivalent form of the expression 1800(1.2)–t?
Is 1800(1/2)^t correct?

1.2^t = 1 / 1.2^t
That is clearly not the same as 1 / 2^t
recall that x^a = 1/x^a
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