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(5z^3+4)^(1)/(3) (5z^3+4)^(4)/(3)

since (5z^3 + 4) is the same in both terms we can do the multiplication.

the exponents are 1/3 and 4/3

to multiply exponents we simply add them together

so 1/3 * 4/3 is 1+4/3 = 5/3

so we get

(5z^3 + 4)^5/3

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