# Algebra II/Trigonometry

posted by David

Simplify this problem:
(1/2m^4n^5)^2

1. drwls

Just square the numerator AND he denominator

1/(4m^8*n^10)

2. David

Thank you so much drwls! I can not believe I did not figure that out!

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