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How do I solve this?(7x+5y)^2

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    Nothing to solve, since you don't have an equation.

    If you want to expand your expression, then

    (7x + 5y)^2
    = (7x+5y)(7x+5y)
    = 49x^2 + 70xy + 25y^2

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