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Simplifying y^2 + 3 + 3(y^2+1)

My answer is 4y^2+6 but the program I am using (Hawkes learning system) says it isnt correct. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have even used several online calculators to verify and this is the answer they all come up with too. HELP

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    Your answer is correct.

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    you are correct.

    Better submit a bug report on the software.

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