## Intermediate Algebra (12th Edition)

$-20p^{6}$
We are given the expression $-4p^{2}(5p^{4})$. We can group like terms and then simplify. $-4\times5\times p^{2} \times p^{4}$ Next, we can use the product rule for exponents to multiply the exponents. $-20\times p^{2+4}=-20p^{6}$