The ^ means exponent that turns the # before it in to a exponent. Times means multiply.
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[(2x)^3 / (3y)^2] *x^8 y^6 . . . . =[8x^3 /9y^2]*x^8 y^6. . . . =(8/9) x^11*y^4 . . .
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