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2. What have u tried? How well do u know ur laws of indicies?
3. I know quiet well but... On this I'm blank.
4. (Original post by Jidde)
I know quiet well but... On this I'm blank.
To start use the fact that (a/b)^-c= (b/a)^c.

Then next have a look at the brackets and consider rewriting each term in terms of z^2. Where z represents a number/term.

Let me know how u get on
5. According to that I've got something like 27x^6/64 by simplifying as far as I could go
6. (Original post by Shaanv)
To start use the fact that (a/b)^-c= (b/a)^c.

Then next have a look at the brackets and consider rewriting each term in terms of z^2. Where z represents a number/term.

Let me know how u get on
Sorry I'm new to this... Also I've got to sleep. Let me know if I need some improvement on this. I'll check back when I wake up
7. (Original post by Jidde)
According to that I've got something like 27x^6/64 by simplifying as far as I could go
Looks good to me
8. (Original post by Shaanv)
Looks good to me
Noice 👍

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