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Q: How do you write 1 64 using negative exponents?

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64 =26

64 = 26

64 = 26

26 = 64

They can be: 43 = 64, 82 = 64 and 26 = 64

82 and 43

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The prime factorization of 64 with exponents is: 26

A base raised to a negative power is equal to 1 divided by that base raised to a positive exponent. So 16 raised to (-3/2) is equal to 1/ (16 raised 3/2), or 1/64.

Make it a fraction, flip the numerator and denominator, and the exponent is no long negative. For example 4-3 = 1/43 = 1/64

In infinitely many ways. However, if you want powers of positive integers only, then you can express 64 as a power of 2, 4, 8 and of 64 itself.

It is in exponents: 2^6 = 64

(-8)3 = (-8)*(-8)*(-8) = (+64)*(-8) = -512

It is the same as 43 = 64

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26 = 64 43 = 64 82 = 64 are all valid

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8^2

64 = 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 * 2 = 26

negative 64 is not a prime number because 64 can be times by 8.

In index form, that would be 64

use the rules for multiplying integers.Pos times pos equals posneg times neg equals pos neg times pos or pos times neg equals negand keep in mind that a negative exponent turns positive by using the recipricol (changing it to a fraction)(8 2)-2 = 82*-2 = 8-4 = 1/84 = 1/8*8*8*8 = 1/4096(8 2)-2 = (8 . 8) -2 = 64-2 = 1/642 = 1/64*64 = 1/4096Hope this answers your question

1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64 -1, -2, -4, -8, -16, -32, -64

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