(-1)to the 5th power
-(-2) to the 3rd power
-5 to the second power
(-9) to the second power
-9 to the second power
3(-4) to the third power
-5(-1) to the fourth power
-5 to the second power(-3) to the third power
Let me guess, public school?
A negative number to an even power is even.
A negative number to an odd power.
Parentheses take precedence over exponentiation
A unary - takes precedence over exponentiation, so -(-2) would first be converted to +2 prior to the exponentiation
Exponentiation takes precedence over multiplication, so
in the 3(-4)^3 problem, you do the exponentiation first, then multiply
-(-2) to the third power
2 to the third power= 2x2x2=8
hope tht helps a little
wat r u in? like, a public school?? 4th grade?? WOW
You just need to know (if you honestly don't already!) that two negatives make a positive, a negative and a positive make a negative and anything in brackets needs to be worked out first. The rest is easy.
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