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solve (-2y)^2(3x^3)

I totally don't get this problem. Does my answer come out with x and y ? how do I eliminate?

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    I don't get it either, since there is nothing to "solve".

    "Solving" requires an equation.

    if you wanted to simplify it , it would be
    (4y^2)(3x^3)
    = 12 x^3 y^2

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    =(-2)^2 y^1 * (3x^3)

    = 4(3)y^2 x^3

    =12y^2 x^3

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