# How do you simplify #4yx^-1# and write it using only positive exponents?

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To simplify ( 4yx^{-1} ) and write it using only positive exponents, we move ( x^{-1} ) to the denominator with a positive exponent:

( 4yx^{-1} = \frac{4y}{x} )

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