Posted by **kellie** on Wednesday, August 3, 2011 at 4:48pm.

what is (x to the 3rd power + x to the 2nd power) divided by ((x+4)(X-4)) multiplied by (x+4) divided by (3x to the 4th power + x to the 3rd power + 2x to the 2nd power)

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