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how is the following simplified
3x to the third power plus 5x to the fifth power

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    I don't know whether you mean
    (3x)^3 + (5x)^5, or
    3x^3 + 5x^5.

    You could write the first version as

    27x^3 [1 + (125/27)x^2]

    but that would not really be any simpler.

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