Use the laws of exponents to simplify. Write the answer with positive exponents. (32k^5m^-10)^1/5 I'm not sure how to solve this at all. I'm so frustrated.

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Use the laws of exponents to simplify. Write the answer with positive exponents. (32k^5m^-10)^1/5 I'm not sure how to solve this at all. I'm so frustrated.

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\[\huge (32k^5m^{-10})^{1/5}\] this right
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Here are some useful rules you should try out, then if you still have trouble we can go over them \[\huge (x^m)^n = x^{mn}\] \[\huge x^{-n} = \frac{ 1 }{ x^n }\]

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Note that x is a variable here, you must still apply the 1/5 to the coefficient of 32
I'm confused with how to use k and m in those equations
Can you should me what you have done
Apply the first rule to your expression
I stopped at the coefficient because I didn't know what variables to use
\[\huge (32k^5m^{-10})^{1/5} = 32^{1/5}k^{5 \times 1/5}m^{-10 \times 1/5}\]
\[\huge 2k^{5/5}m^{-10/5} = 2km^{-2}\] now use the second rule

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