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>John Forrest wrote: > >> The problem I thought I'd run into in the classroom,]]>May 13, 1995 1:20:00 PMMay 13, 1995 1:20:00 PMroitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu0Re: positive exponents
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Ben Dillon writes: > they wish -1 had not been set up to mean inverse function as well as reciprocal. > And I]]>May 12, 1995 8:04:44 PMMay 12, 1995 8:04:44 PMalper@Ockham.Stanford.EDU0Re: positive exponents
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> The problem I thought I'd run into in the classroom, which has > NOT occurred, is the]]>May 12, 1995 7:00:59 PMMay 12, 1995 7:00:59 PMBenDillon@aol.com0Re: positive exponents
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A) x^1 is 1/x

B) f^-1(x) is inverse of f(x)

The problem]]>May 11, 1995 5:22:28 AMMay 11, 1995 5:22:28 AMjforrest@umd5.umd.edu0Re: positive exponents
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with writing x^-1 instead of 1/x. Sometimes it's better left that]]>May 10, 1995 12:34:54 PMMay 10, 1995 12:34:54 PMroitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu1Re: positive exponents
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On Wed, 10 May 1995, KIMBERLY FATH wrote: ........

> I am teaching an introductory algebra class at my]]>May 10, 1995 11:07:38 AMMay 10, 1995 11:07:38 AMtad@midget.towson.edu0Re: positive exponents
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reason we rationalize radicals in the denominator...to make the value]]>May 10, 1995 10:37:25 AMMay 10, 1995 10:37:25 AMrslewis@tenet.edu0positive exponents
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you knowledgeable folks.

I am teaching an introductory algebra]]>May 10, 1995 9:48:54 AMMay 10, 1995 9:48:54 AMFATH@vaxd.sxu.edu7