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Multiply: (3x4y3z)(-9y2x2z2) = -6y5z3 -6x4y6x2 -27x6y5z3 27x5y5z3
(3x^4y^3z)(-9y^2x^2z^2) = -27x^6y^5z^3
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(3x^4y^3z)(-9y^2x^2z^2) = -27x^6y^5z^3
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