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Which expression is NOT equal to 125?

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the first one is Not = 125. do you need the instruction?
What do you mean it's not 125? I don't know which one is.
I start at the last one 5(5^5 /5^3). in parentheses you have 5^5 /5^3 = 5^2 =25 and then time for 5 in the front, you get 125. So, it is not a solution for your question. don't forget your question is which one is Not equal 125
Oh no Hoa. I'm sorry I forgot the NOT in my question.. ;/ Sorry! :(
ok, so you get that, right?
yes i do! thanks alot!!
you're very welcome

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