factor completely
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6h^2 + 45h  24
3(2h^2 + 15h  8)
3(2h^2 + 1h + 16h  8)
1h(2h + 1) + 8(2h + 1)
3(2h + 1) (1h + 8)
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factor completely 
drwls
If you multiply it out, you would will see that your answer is incorrect.
After
3(2h^2 + 15h  8)
the next step should be
3(h + 8)(2h 1)
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