## Algebra 1: Common Core (15th Edition)

$625y^2$
$(5y^\frac{1}{2})^4$ We can write this as $(5\times y^\frac{1}{2})^4$ We can distribute the components inside the exponent to: $5^4 \times y^(\frac{1}{2}\times4)= 5^4 \times y^2 = 625y^2$