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Example

Write the following without using a negative exponent and then simplify:

a. (-3)^{4}

b- -3^{4}

c. (-3)^{-4}

d. -3^{-4}

Solution

(-3)^{4}

-3^{4}

(-3)^{-4 }

-(3^{-4 })