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Algebra I: High School20 chapters | 168 lessons | 1 flashcard set

Simplify the following

(3^3*4^-1)/(a^-7*b^2*c^-9)

Simplify the following:

5^-3*6^4*2^-1

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Negative exponents can make math trickier, but it's possible to turn them into fractions and decimals. In this quiz, you'll simplify a number of expressions with exponents into fractions or decimals.

This quiz tests your ability to:

- Write a given expression using only positive exponents
- Simplify a given equation
- Take an expression and simplify it to its answer
- Determine what is true about negative exponents
- Write a simplified expression as a decimal

**Reading comprehension**- draw the most pertinent information from the related algebra lesson**Critical thinking**- use your knowledge to consider if something is or is not true about negative exponents**Problem solving**- simplify equations into fractions and decimals

Still looking to learn more? The lesson titled Negative Exponents: Writing Powers of Fractions and Decimals covers the following objectives:

- Define exponent
- Explain how to turn a negative exponent into a fraction
- Provide examples of longer expressions being simplified

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Algebra I: High School20 chapters | 168 lessons | 1 flashcard set

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- Scientific Notation: Definition and Examples 6:49
- Simplifying and Solving Exponential Expressions 7:27
- Exponential Expressions & The Order of Operations 4:36
- Multiplying Exponential Expressions 4:07
- Dividing Exponential Expressions 4:43
- The Power of Zero: Simplifying Exponential Expressions 5:11
- Negative Exponents: Writing Powers of Fractions and Decimals 3:55
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