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(-1/3)√18c^5 * (-6√8c^9)

2√144c^14 ---> I came until here but then didn't know how to proceed.

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  1. After that, you should get:

    2 * 12c^8(I think it's eight)

    and then

    24c^8

    Sorry, you should look up how to downsize the exponent. My textbook does not explain that part at all.

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