How do you express #d^-3# as a positive exponent?

2 Answers
Apr 4, 2017

Answer:

#1/d^3#

Explanation:

To re-write negative exponents, just create a new expression in which the power with the negative exponent is moved to the denominator as a positive exponent.

#x^-m = 1/x^m#

Apr 4, 2017

Answer:

# 1/d^3#

Explanation:

A negative exponent means to divide. By placing the exponent in the denominator it can be written as a positive exponent.

# d^-3 = 1/ (d xx d xx d)#

#1/d xx d xx d = 1/d^3#