Posted by **Anonymous** on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 12:05pm.

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12(p+1) +13(p+1)+3

could this be done in quadratic form?

the the (p+1) after 12 is cubed.

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**Steve**, Monday, July 15, 2013 at 2:26pm
Do you mean

12(p+1)^3 + 13(p+1) + 3

If so, what is the "2" on the first line supposed to contribute? Is that another exponent for the 13(p+1) term?

Quadratic generally means second degree, as in x^2. Not sure what you're after here.

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