#### Answer

$3^{2}\times 2^{1} \times 4^{2} $

#### Work Step by Step

When we write a number using exponents, we write the number and then put the exponent above it; this exponent tells us how many times to multiply that number by itself. Here, we see that 4 is multiplied by itself 2 times, 2 is multiplied by itself one time, and 3 is multiplied by itself 2 times, so we know that the answer should be: $3^{2}\times 2^{1} \times 4^{2} $.