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To raise a power to another power, multiply the exponents. Multiply and to get .
Calculate to the power of and get .
Multiply and to get .
Cancel out in both numerator and denominator.
Divide by to get .
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\frac{3^{\left(-1\right)}\left(x^{2}\right)^{\left(-1\right)}y^{\left(-1\right)}x^{2}z}{3y^{\left(-1\right)}}
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\frac{\frac{1}{3}y^{\left(-1\right)}z}{3y^{\left(-1\right)}}
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Cancel out \frac{1}{y} in both numerator and denominator.
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