Q: What is y to the negative tenth power?

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It will be the same as its positive counterpart to the tenth power.

One tenth.

It is y^3/x^2

y2 * y-5 = y2 / y5 = 1/y3

2.78 x 10-10

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It will be the same as its positive counterpart to the tenth power.

Yes, if x10=y.

eight squared=64 eight to the negative tenth power= the tenth root of 8 if multiplied together= the eighth root of 8

270 Think of it as adding a zero for each "power" that is a tenth. If it is a positive only. For negative numbers (27 to the negative 10) it would be the opposite, so 2.7

7.06 times 10 to the negative tenth power written in scientific notation is 7.06 x 10-10

x squared times y to the negative four thirds power

3/y

One tenth.

For example (-1) to the power of 3 is (-1)*(-1)*(-1) = -1.You are right that x to the power of y will never be negative if y is an even number.

It is y^3/x^2

it equals 1/25, or 0.04. A number to a negative power is the reciprocal of the number to that same positive power. x^(-y) = 1/(x^y)

1 x 10-10