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$C\right)$ $\dfrac {\left(-2\longdiv{}2} {\left(-\dfrac {4} {5}\right)^{6}\left(-\dfrac {4} {5}\right)\left(-\dfrac {4} {5}\longdiv{}8}-\left(-3\right)^{0}\div \left(-1\right)^{2}=$ d) $\dfrac {\left(-\dfrac {5} {3}\right)^{8}\div \left(-\dfrac {5} {3}\right)^{6}} {1-2\sqrt [3] {\dfrac {26} {27}-1} ^{\left(}}-\dfrac {3} {5}\longdiv{}3$ $n\left(-5\right)^{0}=$
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