Algebra
posted by Anonymous .
[2x12]/[3x6] * [x^24]/[x^236] * [3x+18]/[4x+8]
Would the solution be (x4) over 2(x2)(x+2)?

You seem to have written (x^2  4) as (x4) at some point.
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