How do you write #3^-7*3^11# using only positive exponents?

1 Answer
Jan 22, 2017

Answer:

You write it #3^11/3^7# which equals #3^4#

Explanation:

It is always true that a power having a negative exponent can be moved to the denominator of a quotient and the exponent can be made positive.

Similarly, if the negative exponent is in the denominator, you an write it in the numerator a a positive exponent.