Simplify. (-2)-^3 (a)-8 (b)-1/8 (c)1/8 (d)8
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User: Simplify. (-2)-^3 (a)-8 (b)-1/8 (c)1/8 (d)8

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(-2)^-3 = 1/(-2)^3 = -1/8
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