Algebra I

A number raised to a negative exponent is negative.
a. always
b. never
c. sometimes *****

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asked by Anonymous
  1. Now let me see.

    3^-2 = 1/3^2 = 1/9

    (-3)^-2 = 1/(-3)^2 = 1/9

    3^-1 = 1/3^1 = 1/3

    (-3)^-1 = 1/(-3)^1 = -1/3

    well, looks like I agree with you

    posted by Damon

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