   Chapter 1.1, Problem 12E
Textbook Problem

[ ( − 1 3 ) 2 ] − 3

To determine

The value of the expression [(13)2]3.

Explanation

Formula used:

Law of exponents:

(am)n=am.n where a and b are any number and (b0).

(ab)n=anbn where a and b are any number and (b0).

Calculation:

The given expression is [(13)2]3.

Use the appropriate law of exponent and simplify the given expression as follows

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