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simplify, 4v to the 7th power y to the 9th power and 16v to the 6th power x to the 8th power y to the 5th power.

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    I'm not sure what your prob. looks likes. This is my interpretation:

    4V^7Y^9 + 16v^6X^8Y^5,
    4V^6Y^5(VY^4 + 4X^8).

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