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Algbrea 2 Math

(k^1/4)^-6/over (k9)^1/2=  
 
Use positive exponents only

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Michael F. | Mathematics TutorMathematics Tutor
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(k1/4)-6/ (k9)1/2=1/((k1/4)6(k9)1/2)=1/k6/4+9/2=1/k24/4=1/k6
Thank you very much Fayvor!
Fayvor L. | Princeton Grad, Internet Tech VP: Math/Science/Music/ComputersPrinceton Grad, Internet Tech VP: Math/S...
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minor correction to Michael's answer:
 
(k1/4)-6/ (k9)1/2=1/((k1/4)6(k9)1/2)=1/k6/4+9/2=1/k24/4=1/k6