write an equivalent expression without rational notation- a^3 b^-4/a^2 b^3 a^-5? move all the terms to the num?

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  • 9 years ago
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    I condemn your teacher or your textbook for using the phrase "without rational notation," which has no meaning. ANY notation that isn't "irrational" is arguably rational. I hate teachers and textbooks who make up their own language and then insist that you learn it, without regard to the conventions of the discipline as a whole.

    That said, the instruction "move all the terms to the numerator" DOES make sense, and the answer would then be

    a^6 b^(-7)

  • I have solved your question at http://i.imgur.com/aBKPF.png

    Source(s): I'm a student.
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