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3x to the 3rd power plus 5x to the fifth power

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    3x to the 3rd power = 3x^3
    5x to the fifth power = 5x^5

    3x to the 3rd power plus 5x to the fifth power = 3x^3 + 5x^5

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    3X^3 + 5x^5 = x^3(3 + 5x^2).

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