How do you express #x^2 / y^-3# with positive exponents?

2 Answers
Mar 26, 2018

Answer:

#x^2y^3#

Explanation:

#x^2/y^-3=x^2/(1/y^3)=x^2y^3#

#a^-b=1/a^b#

Mar 26, 2018

Answer:

#x^{2}y^{3}#

Explanation:

Factors in the denominator that have negative exponents can be moved to the numerator in order to make their exponents positive.

Also, factors in the numerator that have negative exponents can be moved to the denominator in order to make their exponents positive.