# SOLUTION: simplifying (x^-3y) over(xz^-4)all of that to the ^-2 power will be x^8 y^-2 over z^8 (you need to change the y^-2 to y^2 and place it in the demoninator.

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 Question 158250: simplifying (x^-3y) over(xz^-4)all of that to the ^-2 power will be x^8 y^-2 over z^8 (you need to change the y^-2 to y^2 and place it in the demoninator. but how do i simplify it with only having positive exponents at the end? Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website![(x^-3y)/(xz^-4)]^-2 (x^6y^-2)/(x^-2z^8) (x^8y^-2)/z^8 x^8/(y^2z^8)