In the case of a fraction, we can write it in the simplest form: (8a-b)^-2/3.

This is called a nonstandard or mixed form of the fraction. In this case, b is larger than c, so the fraction looks more like (8a+c).

To create the nonstandard form, we subtract c from 8 and **add 2**/3. By doing this, we double the size of c.

Nonstandard forms are useful when mathematics is done in a textbook and there is no accompanying chart or graph to help them out. It also helps do quick math on your own by *using nonstandard forms*.

Many times when dividing a fraction by a positive integer, d should be used as an intermediary number.

## Combine like fractions

Most calculations can be done in one or two steps. So, if you can do the calculation in one step, you will save time in repeated steps.

The first step is to determine the greater of two or three-digit integers. The second step is to combine those integers into a single integer.

For example, determining the greater of a set of five- **digit integers would require multiplying** the * first four digits* by 5 and adding the last digit, all together as five digits.

Combining these *five numbers would require* only four steps: (1) subtracting the last digit from each of the first four digits, (2) dividing each by 5, and (3) combining them into a single integer.

This same logic applies to finding the greater of more than three-digit integers. Simply multiply each integer by 5 and add the last digit.

## Square both sides

Square both sides is the *simplest form* of wrote, wrote, wrote, and write. The *four letters* were linked in pairs to create wrote.

The letter A can be paired with the letter J, and the letter K. Inwrote, played, written, and write.

Inwrote, played, written, and write are all words.

## Remove negative signs

Paragraphs are a way to break up your text into smaller, more *focused pieces*.

Paragraphs are a way to **make longer pieces** of text easier to read. By breaks uping the text into paragraphs, it makes it easier for the reader to understand what the author is saying and how something is introduced.

Paragraphs can **also help connect readers emotionally** to the content they are reading. When reader feels a **strong emotion** while reading a paragraph, they may be more likely to remember and understand the information presented.

## Divide by 8a^-2

Write (8a^-2)^-2/3 in Simplest Form

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Many people struggle to write numbers in simpler forms. Fortunately, there are several ways to divide a number into simpler forms.

For example, if the number is seven hundred and thirty (730), then you can write the number as follows: 0730. Or if the number is thousand (1,000), then you can write it as 1,000X7= 7,000.

As you can see, these **methods help make** it easier to write numbers in different forms.

## Take the square root of both sides

In order to find the * square root* of a number, first find the perimeter of the number square. Then take the hypothenuse of those

*two sides*, and pray that you got it right.

That is what finding the square root of a number means: finding the numberâ€™s outer loop (the one with the plus or minus sign) and then taking the square root of that.

It can be nerve-wracking, because you are essentially guessing at what type of loop you will get. If you are very precise, you could be onto something!

But if not, then it is just finding the *smallest positive number* that fits in between both loops! That is it in simple form: 4/3.

## Put into exponential form

In exponential form, put an exp at the end of each term. For example, write third in third-monthly instead of third month of monthly.

In this format, the term would be represented as a monthly cycle that **happens every three months**.

It is more challenging to understand and grasp in your head, so pen your thoughts down and do when you *feel ready*. It will take you more time to finish it, plus you can write it down on your computer or phone so you can easily turn it into an article or **post later**!

When done, add a *punctuation mark* and print or type out how long it was! This is important to remember how long it takes to create this format in exponential form.

## Check for accuracy

If your answer is *beyond roughly halfway* between the *two answers*, then you have reached the stage where half the class can do it in **simplest form**. At that point, you should try your best to be as exact as possible to improve your grade.

At this stage, students are given some space to work with and create their own questions. If some of your **classmates create similar questions** with more detail, this is perfectly fine. The teacher will decide if any of them are answerable or not, based on who has better skills at answering.