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Simplify expression. Assume all variables represent
nonzero real numbers.

( (3y^2)/2)^3

I started to reduce but it did not look right.

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    27y^6/8

    think of it this way ...

    (3y^2)/2)(3y^2)/2)(3y^2)/2)
    = ...

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