Posted by **Davmat** on Thursday, July 31, 2008 at 2:18pm.

Simplify:

1/5(-5a^2b^3)^2(abc)^4

How do you simplify this.

How does the "-5" play a role in this?

how would you get 1/5 of "-5"

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