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posted by Jake .
Simplify the exponential expression. Assume the variables represent nonzero real numbers.
(2^1 x^5 y^5)^2 (2x^2 y^4)^2(4x^2 y^4)^0
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(2x^5 y^5)^2
the line by the way means to divide. i have no idea how to solve :( All i know is the (4x^2 y^4)^0 is equal to 1 and that kinda cancels itself out.
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