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7^(-1)

The negative power means to re-write as 1/ over.

Hence 7^(-1) = 1/7^(1)

NB Power of '1' is normally considered to be trivial and ignored, unless manipukating indices/powers.

So 1/7^(1) = 7^(-1) = 1/7

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