use the power rule for exponents to simplfy the expression (-2x^3y^5)^5=

(-2x^3y^5)^5 = -32x^15y^25

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(-2x^3y^5)^5 = -32x^15y^25

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(3a)(3a) written as a single exponent is 3a^2

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