Express x^(-5) in the form Ax+B where A and B are constants.

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justaguide | College Teacher | (Level 2) Distinguished Educator

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Ax + B represents a linear function where the power of x is only 1 and the resulting graph is a straight line.

The graph of the function y = x^(-5) in not a linear line.

It is not possible to express x^(-5) in the form Ax + B

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