# SOLUTION: how can i simplify this equation after raising the quanitity in the parenthesis using positive exponents? (-47x^-2y/141x^3y^-3)^3

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 Question 454015: how can i simplify this equation after raising the quanitity in the parenthesis using positive exponents? (-47x^-2y/141x^3y^-3)^3Answer by stanbon(60771)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!how can i simplify this equation after raising the quanitity in the parenthesis using positive exponents? (-47x^-2y/141x^3y^-3)^3 --- = [(-47/141)(x^-2/x^3)(y/y^-3)]^3 ---- = [(1/3)(1/x^5)(1/y^4)]^3 --- = 1/[27x^5y^4] =========================== Cheers, Stan H. ==============