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  1. Purplemexican
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  2. mathstudent55
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    Work on the numerator first. Example: |dw:1438878933668:dw|

  3. mathstudent55
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    For the numerator, when you have a product raised to an exponent, raise each factor to that exponent.

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    Here is your problem. Start working only on the numerator. |dw:1438879016468:dw|

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    The numerator has factors 4, p^(-4) , and q all raised to -2 Raise each one of those factors to -2. What do you get?

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    every time i do it my answer is wrong

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