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August 9th, 2017, 12:14 PM   #1
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The question asks me to "Restate the expression with positive exponents only". Can someone please give me guidance and a way forward? Thanks.

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6. $\left(\dfrac1x\right)^{\dfrac23}$ or $\left(\dfrac1x\right)^{2/3}$ or . . .

7. $x^{5/3}$ or . . .
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