-(5^-5)(3^3)

uhh

I'm doing factoring in algebra 3 rn.

All I know is when something is in parenthesis, you distribute.

I think i got it

\[-\frac{ 27 }{ 3125 }\]

Yea thats the answer I kept getting.

I just didn't know if it was right or if my math was correct

answer choices

okay lets see

the answer is b

What are you learning? what type of math is this?

im in 8th grade

even tho i wasn't asking you that but ok

actually the answer isnt B

yes it is

What math are you learning tet

algebra? geometry?

algebra

what grade are u in

which one? there are 3

do pemdas

DO you need help still tet because I am a bit confused if you do or not.

Yes they do

yea i still need help

Hmm....

-(5^-5)(3^3) = \[-(5^2)(3^3)\] Right?

So the \[-(5^2)(3^3)\] So that would turn into -25 and 27 correct?

No. I think you read that wrong.

i think its 9

You said \[(5^2) \] when its (5^-5) there is a negitive in the exponet

thanks

no i was talking to uh timmy

Wouldnt those cancel out tho?

positive and a negative. those are multiplied.

That might be the case.

If you multiply a negative by a negative they equal a positive right?

Yes.

Well there you go.

Yep.

So it wouldn't be -25

Ya it woudnt be and I didnt see that I put it as -25. Oops my bad. xd

Lol

Now when I first did this on symbolab , I got -27/3125

but that isn't the answer

Tell you what. I want you to try to do this until you got the answer. Thats my challenge to you. xd

Challenge accepted.

ok tet what do you think we should do?

🤷♂️idk

OK let me think

I got you tet.

so we know that 3 ^3 is 27

i said that hmph

Tet my math teacher is a genius. He went to collage for a long time for stuff like this. Ill find the answer

can you show the entire screen shot?

@timmyspu

Yes?

So turns out it doesn't cancel out.

this is what i did

it doesn't cancel out

bcs u take it out of the parenthesis

Alright tet told me he go the answer. So at this point you are welcome to keep on going but there isnt really a point anymore. Plus I have stuff that I have to get done. So well done congrats. Well have a nice day to you and tet. Also by the way you have to distribute the - xd

HE SHOUDLA SAID SOMEHING

im going to do it on paper, i have never gotten one of these wrong

Okay

well just so you dont get confused

symbolab gave us the answer \[\frac{ -27 }{ 3125 }\]

its not right. The answers are either \[\frac{ 1 }{ 9}, 9, -9, \ \frac{ -1 }{ 9 }\]

those are the ones tet gave.

Lol this question is broken, or you posted the wrong question. Screenshot the whole thing.

what?

Its not my question

@tiffbb101

that is the whole thing

istg its bcs YOU WROTE IT WRONG

YOU WROTEIT OUT WRONG TET

no i didnt

YES YOU DID

no i didnt

YOU SAID IT WAS -(5^-5)

Anyways my work here is done

NO

um what?

3!=5 bro

tet that is what you orignally said the problem was.

ohh

you wrote it wrong

i see now

okay so.

its \[-(3^-5)\]

but make the negtive 5 an exponet

it wont let me do negtive exponetes

I got \[-1/9\]

ok HOW

my hands hurt now

lol

Heck you for making me type out what i did on paper >:C

lol

\(\large -(3^{-5})(3^3)=-(3^{(-5+3)}=-(3^{-2})=-\frac{1}{9}\)

Oops closing parenth broken. U get the point

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