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> Using Exponents With Dymanic Content
Posted: Apr 16 2010, 11:13 PM

This is not a MC question. I'll let you do that. There may be a simpler method, but this seems to work. I also took the liberty of changing the range of the exponent in the denominator to be greater than zero.

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