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simplify the expression x^2/(x^3)^6

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Well,

First we have

$$(\frac{x^2}{x^3})^6$$

And then we can combine the powers of the x values so we have:

$$({x}^{2-3})^6=(x^{-1})^6$$

Then we can just simplify the powers:

$$(x^{-1})^6=x^{-1*6}=x^{-6}$$

Hope that helps.

Pyramid  Apr 14, 2017

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