$(3\times2\times4\times6)^{-4}=$

We begin by using the power rule for parentheses.

$(z\cdot t)^n=z^n\cdot t^n$That is, the power applied to a product inside parentheses is applied to each of the terms within when the parentheses are opened,

We apply the above rule to the given problem:

$(3\cdot2\cdot4\cdot6)^{-4}=3^{-4}\cdot2^{-4}\cdot4^{-4}\cdot6^{-4}$__Therefore, the correct answer is option d.__

__Note:__

According to the formula of the power property inside parentheses mentioned above, it might seem as though it refers to only two terms of the product inside of the parentheses, but in reality, it is also valid for the power over a multiplication of many terms inside parentheses, as was seen above.

A good exercise is to demonstrate that if the previous property is valid for a power over a product of two terms inside parentheses (as formulated above), then it is also valid for a power over several terms of the product inside parentheses (for example - three terms, etc.).

$3^{-4}\times2^{-4}\times4^{-4}\times6^{-4}$