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I can simplify this for you!

\((4b)^{-2}\) | First, let's use the rule that \(a^{-b}=\frac{1}{a^b}\). |

\(\frac{1}{(4b)^2}\) | Simplify \((4b)^2\). To do this, "distribute the exponent to both the variable and the coefficient. |

\(\frac{1}{4^2b^2}\) | Simplify 4^2. |

\(\frac{1}{16b^2}\) | You cannot simplify any further. |

TheXSquaredFactor
Jul 2, 2017