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Simplfy the expresión using the laws of exponentes .

1. (-2x^2*y^-4)^3

2. (-4x^-6y^3)(2x^3y^-9)

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    1.
    -8x^6y^-12
    or
    -8x^6/y^12

    2.
    -8 x^-3 y^-6
    or
    -8/(x^3 y^6)

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