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( 6t^2 + 2t + 1 ) 3t

A) 9t^2 + 5T + 3
B) 18T^2 + 6T + 3
C) 9T^3 + 6T^3 + 3T
D) 18t+6T^+3T

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    Either the question was posted with a typo, or one or more of the answers.

    To ensure you get the correct answer, I suggest you check carefully the mathematical expressions.

  • MATH -

    IS THE ANSWER 12T^3 + 6T^2 + 3T

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    Not according to your question.
    Did you check for typos as I suggested?

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