## Intermediate Algebra: Connecting Concepts through Application

$\frac{16}{25}x^{10}y^6z^2$
Use the outside exponent on each number within the parentheses. Remember to multiply the exponents of the bases by the outside exponent. In this case, we are multiplying $5$ by $2$, $3$ by $2$, and $1$ by $2$ for $x$, $y$, and $z$, respectively. $(\frac{4}{5}x^5y^3z)^2$ $\frac{16}{25}x^{10}y^6z^2$