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rewrite with positive exponents. Assume that even roots are nonnegative quanities and that all denominators are nonzero.
[3/ua^2)^-4

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    (3/ua^2)^-4 =
    1 / (3/ua^2)^4 =
    1 / (81/u^4a^8) =
    1 * (u^4a^8/81) =
    (u^4a^8) / 81.

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