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Which of the following are equal to (1/560)^(−4)? [#permalink] 00:00

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Which of the following are equal to $$(\frac{1}{560})^{(-4)}$$?

Indicate all correct answers.

A. $$\frac{(560^5 - 560^4)}{559}$$

B. $$\frac{560^{(-8)}}{560^2}$$

C. $$70^4*(\frac{1}{8})^{(-4)}$$

D. $$\sqrt{560^{16}}$$

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
A, and C

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Re: Which of the following are equal to (1/560)^(−4)? [#permalink]
The Expression in the question becomes (1/560)^-4= (560^4)/(1^4) =560^4

A. 560^4(560-1)/(559) = 560^4
C.70^4*8^4=560^4 Re: Which of the following are equal to (1/560)^(−4)?   [#permalink] 24 Nov 2017, 06:54
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