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posted by Katie .
How would I begin to simplify this??
(4((n(n+1)(2n+1))/6)4((n(n+1))/2)+n)/(4((n(n+1)(2n+1))/6))

WOW well first u would start your way well find what is in the parentheses like do n+1 and work your way up. Remember PEMDAS
Parentheses
Exponents
Multiplication
Division
Adition
Subtraction 
So far I got it down to ((4/3)n^3+(11/6)n^2)/((4/3)n^3)+(2n^2)+(2/3)n.
Would I be able to cancel out the ((4/3)n^3)? So that it would be ((11/6)n^2)/((2n^2)+(2/3)n)?
Or can I simplify that even futher by combining the n^2s? 
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