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Simplify $(2x^4y^3)^5(3x^7)^{-2}$
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2^5.x^20.y^15.3^-2.x^-14

= 32/9 . x^6 . y^15
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(2x^4y^3)^5 * (3x^7) ^-2

= 32x^20y^15 * 1/9x^14

(20 -14 = 6)

= 32x^6y^15 * 1/9

= (32/9)x^6y^15
by Wooden (1.5k points)

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