adr8

08-01-2011, 04:42 PM

I think I got my answer correct on this one, but I got confused. The problem is 2/(5x^-3). I am thinking that my answer is (2x^3)/5, but then I think what if I have it wrong and its 2/5*x^3.

If they ask me to change an equation to exponential form and I have a positive or negative exponent in the numerator do I leave it alone or do I have to change it like this one 2/(3x^-1.2)-(x^1.2)/3. Would it be 2/3*x^1.2- 1/3*x^1.2? I seriously need help. Thanks

If they ask me to change an equation to exponential form and I have a positive or negative exponent in the numerator do I leave it alone or do I have to change it like this one 2/(3x^-1.2)-(x^1.2)/3. Would it be 2/3*x^1.2- 1/3*x^1.2? I seriously need help. Thanks