Negative and Rational Exponents
 In this assignment, you will practice rewriting expressions involving negative and rational exponents.Some sample problems are shown below:  (a)-3  = Negative and Rational Exponents1a3√ 25  = 2512 (A) 21(C)  ـــــــExpress 7-3 using positive exponents.173(D) ـــــ(B)  417-3 (A) ــــــ(C)  ـــــــExpress 5-4 using positive exponents.4554(B) ـــــــ(D) ـــــ154145 (A) ــــــExpress m-7 using positive exponents.(C)  ـــــــ17m7m(D) ـــــ(B) ـــــــ 1m77m (A)  ــــــ(C)  ـــــــEvaluate 5-3 -112535(B) ـــــــ(D) ــــــ 112553 (A) ــــــEvaluate    1                 2-5 (C)  32 110(D)  -32(B) ـــــــ 132 (A) ــــــEvaluate    -1                  3-2 (C)  9-1 9(D)  -9(B) ـــــــ 1 9 (A) ــــــEvaluate 23 • 3-2(C)  ـــــــ 8-989(B) ـــــــ(D) ـــــ98172 (A) 5-2  Write  ـــــــ using negative exponents(C)  0.04 125(D) ـــــ(B)  2-515-2 Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.√ 36=(36) Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.5=(5) ​Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.53=(5) ​Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.35=(3) ​Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.x5=(    ) ​Another way of writing square root is using a power of 1/2.Write the radical using a rational exponent.(-6)3=(    ) Another way of writing cube root is using a power of 1/3.Write the radical using a rational exponent.  Then evaluate the expression.   83=(8)= Another way of writing cube root is using a power of 1/3.Write the radical using a rational exponent.  Then evaluate the expression.√ -273=(    )= Another way of writing cube root is using a power of 1/3.Write the radical using a rational exponent.  Then evaluate the expression.    823=(     )=
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