algebra
posted by Michael J .
24x^412x^3+48x^2/4x=6x^33x^24x

If you want to check your answer, just multiply 4x(6x^33x^24x). You will find out that you need to check your signs and your division.

24x^412x^3+48x^2/4x
this problem is divide by negative 4x
so my answer is should be 6x^3+3x^2+12x^
let me know if this right. 
It should be 6x^3+3x^212x. You just had a few signs wrong.
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