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1. 3x+1........-..........2........+......4
(x+2)^3........(x+2)^2........(x+2)

(4x+13)(x+1)
(x+2)^3

But the answer in the book has (x+2)^2 as the denominator... Is this a typo?
2. I'm sorry but you need to use LateX, I have no idea what that equation is meant to be...
3. (Original post by fayled)
3x+1........-............2........+........4
(x+2)^3........(x+2)^2........(x+2)

(4x+13)(x+1)
(x+2)^3

But the answer has (x+2)^2 as the denominator... Is this a typo?
Yes.
4. (Original post by flown_muse)
I'm sorry but you need to use LateX, I have no idea what that equation is meant to be...
Sorry about that, I tried. How do I use lateX?
5. (Original post by Mr M)
I meant the answer given in the textbook was squared rather than cubed as I'd got...
6. I got what you got.
7. (Original post by fayled)
I meant the answer given in the textbook was squared rather than cubed as I'd got...
8. (Original post by fayled)
Sorry about that, I tried. How do I use lateX?
Here you go:

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/LaTex

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