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I am kinda stuck on this one
Simplify: (x^7 y^4)to the 1/5 power

I don't know what to do for this problem. I am lost with what to do with the exponents when you have a number on the outside of the root.

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asked by Shawn
  1. You multiply.
    x7/5y4/5 and that is the answer.

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