Posted by **Ann** on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at 1:36pm.

How is -16/(4x+6)^5 and -1/(2(2x+3)^5) equivalent?

I think -1/2(2x+3)^5 is the more simplified version of the two, but I just can't figure out how -16/(4x+6)^5 simplifies to -1/(2(2x+3)^5). please explain

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