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Start from the a^2 term.

Cube rooting it will give you a^(2/3).

When raising the power of a^(2/3) by 6, your original index (2/3) is multiplied by 6.

2/3 x 6 = 4

As such, you now have a^4 in the denominator (bottom of the fraction).

Now, 1/(a^4) will be equal to a^-4, which is your answer.

 

 

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