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-25 plus 4 to the 2nd power times 3 minus 5 to the 3rd power

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    (-25+4)to the power 2x3-(5)to the power 3.
    is this the correct question?
    =-21 to the power 2 x3-(5x5x5)
    =(-21x-21)x3-125
    =461x3-125
    =1383-125
    =1258 final answer.

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