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solve (x^2+z)(x^3-xz)
(x^2 + z)(x^3 - xz) = x^5 - x^3z + x^3z - xz^2 = x^5 - xz^2
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(x^2 + z)(x^3 - xz)
= x^5 - x^3z + x^3z - xz^2
= x^5 - xz^2
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