#### Answer

True.

#### Work Step by Step

You can expand the whole expression and differentiate everything (long and unnecessary) or you can realize that the highest term is $x^4.$
The fifth derivative of $x^4$ is $0$ hence $\dfrac{d^5y}{dx^5}=0.$

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True.

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