FOR ALL OF THOSE AMAZING MATH WIZARDS OUT THERE PLEASE HELP ME!

how can you solve this problem:

TRANSFORM THIS EXPONENTIAL EXPRESSION INTO A RADICAL EXPRESSION
Given:
(4a^4/5b^5)^-3/3

Translation: the quantity 4 "a" to the fourth divided by 5 "b" to the fifth, raised to negative 3 over 3.

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2015-09-30T12:31:33+08:00

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( \frac{(4a ^{4}) }{(5b ^{5}) } ) ^{-3/3}

1/ ( \frac{(4a ^{4}) }{(5b ^{5}) } ) ^{3/3}

AS RADICAL EXPRESSION:

1/ \sqrt{( \frac{4a ^{4} }{5b ^{5} } ) ^{3}
1 5 1
thanks for your help i couldn't have done it without you.