When you apply a power to a product of two or more terms, you the exponent.

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step-by-step explanation:

What’s the equation you are trying to solve to get x?
You multiply the exponent
Remember to MULTIPLY exponents (not add them) when you are raising a power to a power. In this case, (−3x3y2)4 = (−3)4(x3)4(y2)4 = −34 · x3·4 · y2·4.


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