To raise something by the power of negative one, take the reciprocal of the number. In this instance, -3/4-1 = -4/3 or negative four thirds. Expressed as a decimal, this is equal to -1.3 recurring (that is, -1.3333...)
It doesn't. Negative one to an even power equals positive one. Negative one to an odd power equals negative one.
'''(one third) to the power (negative one) = three'''
2 to the power of negative one is equal to 0.5
Negative one half to the fourth power equals 0.0625
No. One thrid is 331/3% less than one half.
The answer to your question is (2x + 2y)^-1 = 1/(2x + 2y)^1. When you raise a number to a negative power, you can rewrite it by dividing one by the original number with the negative sign dropped from the exponent. Because the power here is 1, you can rewrite the answer again to 1/(2x + 2y) since any number raised to the power of 1 is simply the number itself. You can't add 2x and 2y because they are two different variables.
When you raise a number to a power, you multiply it by itself. If you multiply any number by 1, it does not change. So, when you raise 1 to a power, you just multiply 1 by 1 over and over again. This also applies to negative powers, where you are simply dividing 1 by 1 repeatedly.
the answer is 110
The answer is 129.95
256 to the negative one-half power = 0.0625
one third of 129 is 43.
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Cosine to the negative first power and cosine cancel each other out because cosine to the negative first power is one over cosine, and one over anything times anything is just one.
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-3-3 = -1/27 or negative one twenty-seventh.