# SOLUTION: Simplify the expression and write the answer without negative exponents. (x-3y6)-1) The x is to the negative 3rd power. The y is to the 6th power. The -1 at the end is to th

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Polynomials-and-rational-expressions Question 33533: Simplify the expression and write the answer without negative exponents. (x-3y6)-1) The x is to the negative 3rd power. The y is to the 6th power. The -1 at the end is to the negative 1st power. I do not know how to make the numbers smaller and go in the upper right corner. Thanks in advance.Found 2 solutions by priya, longjonsilver:Answer by priya(51)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! the equation can be written as (x^-3 y^6 )^-1. (^ means to the power ) I've a doubt in ur question ,whether there is a positive r negative sign r nothin between x & y.. if there is no sign between them it is the product of x&y, (x^-3 * y^6)^-1 i'll give u a very simple solution and other detailed solution.. the question says to simplify the expression and answer without negative exponents.. 1. first simplify the expression within the bracket . we get, ((1/x^3 )*y^6)^ -1 (x ^ -3 can be written as inverse of x^3 making it positive expo.) then ,simplify again =(y^6/x^3)^-1 this is nothing but,the inverse..so the answer is = (x^3/y^6) 2. ANOTHER SIMPLE SOLUTION IS JUST BRING THE NEGATIVE EXPO -1 INSIDE AND MULTIPLY WITH THE OTHER EXPO. INSIDE TEH BRACKET. that gives u, x^3 y^-6 which is nothin but the x^3/y^6. visit my site (CLICK ME) TO learn maths online using easy steps.. priya Answer by longjonsilver(2297)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! is the answer. However, the question stipulates no negative powers, so we need to re-write it as: jon.