# How do you multiply out #8^(-2) * (16y^-4z^5)/(y^6z^-2)#?

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To multiply out the expression, first, simplify each component:

8^(-2) = 1/(8^2) = 1/64

16y^-4 = 16(1/y^4) = 16/y^4

(z^5) / (y^6) = z^5 / y^6

(z^-2) = 1/z^2

Now, multiply all the simplified components together:

(1/64) * (16/y^4) * (z^5 / y^6) * (1/z^2)

= (1 * 16 * z^5 * 1) / (64 * y^4 * y^6 * z^2)

= (16z^5) / (64y^10z^2)

= (1/4) * (z^3 / y^10)

So, 8^(-2) * (16y^-4z^5)/(y^6z^-2) simplifies to (1/4) * (z^3 / y^10).

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