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Algebra - Lesson Negative Exponents
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Algebra - Lesson Negative Exponents

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• Question 3
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Q.

Rewrite using a positive exponent.

$g^{-7}$

$\frac{1}{g^7}$

$g^7$

$\frac{1}{g^{-7}}$

$-g^7$

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• Question 5
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Q.

Rewrite using a positive exponent.

$\frac{1}{g^{-7}}$

$\frac{1}{g^7}$

$g^7$

$\frac{1}{g^{-7}}$

$-g^7$

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• Question 7
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Rewrite using a positive exponent.

$5g^{-7}$

$\frac{5}{g^7}$

$5g^7$

$\frac{5}{g^{-7}}$

$\frac{1}{5g^7}$

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• Question 9
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Rewrite using a positive exponent.

$5g^{-7}km$

$\frac{5km}{g^7}$

$5g^7km$

$\frac{5}{g^{-7}km}$

$\frac{1}{5g^7km}$

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• Question 11
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Rewrite with the variable having a negative exponent.

$\frac{6}{g^{-2}}$

$6g^2$
$6g^{-2}$
$\frac{6}{g^2}$
$\frac{1}{6g^2}$