Definition of degree if the magnifier is a negative integer
A fraction with a whole negative multiplier is taken to be a fraction with a numerator of \(1\), but the denominator is the same base with the opposite positive multiplier.
Exceptions are the degree of \(0\) with a negative multiplier, and .
When increasing the share to a negative degree, the law shall be used:
Mathematics Handbook for Students / J. Mencis, A. Sika - Riga: The Star, pp. 96 - 98, 1990