1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Simplify. Write as positive exponent c(c^5/6)/c^2 2. Relevant equations None really, just exponent laws. 3. The attempt at a solution c(c^5/6) comes out as..... c^5/6 Dividing exponents requires subtracting them so... 5/6 - 2/1 Find common denominator... 5/6 - 12/6 Equals -7/6 Turning the whole thing into c^-7/6 This is completely wrong though as the answer is apparently 1/c^1/6 I would like to know how one comes to this conclusion please.