Intermediate Algebra

this what i meant..Short answer .Raise the quanity in parenthesisto the indicated exponents and simplify the resulting expression.Express with positive exponents.(50x^2y^-4/200x^-2y^4)^3

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  1. (50x^2y^-4/200x^-2y^4)^3

    First you can simplify inside the parens:

    x^2/x^-2 = x^4
    y^-4/y^4 = y^-8 = 1/y^8
    50/200 = 1/4

    so, now you are left with

    (x^4/4y^8)^3 = x^12/64y^24

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    posted by Steve
  2. (3x^ay^bz^c) (-y^fz^g)

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