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(3xy-1)^2=9x^2y^2-6xy+1. Multiply this by 5xy+2: 45x^3y^3-30x^2y^2+5xy + 18x^2y^2-12xy+2 = 45x^3y^3-12x^2y^2-7xy+2.

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