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SOLUTION: I have tried this and can not seem to get it, can someone help!!! -3(-4x^-6)^-2
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I have tried this and can not seem to get it, can someone help!!!
-3(-4x^-6)^-2
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First, realize that there is an understood power of +1 associated with the -4
When working Power to Power we multiply the powers
Remember that anything over 1 equals itself. put this all over one
The -4 has a negative exponent ... move it to the other side of the fraction, and turn ONLY the exponent positive
Work the expontent