## Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

The expression is 4g$h^{-3}$
The expression $\frac{4g}{h^{3}}$ can be written with all the variables in the numerator; as we bring the h to the numerator, the sign of the exponent changes from positive to negative. $\frac{4g}{h^{3}}$ = 4g$h^{-3}$