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Divide $$\displaystyle 8\left( 3x+4 \right) \left( 8x+9 \right) $$ by $$\displaystyle \left( 3x+4 \right) $$


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8(8x+9)
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(8x+9)
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C
8(3x+4)2
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8(3x+4)
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Solution

The correct option is A $$\displaystyle 8(8x+9)$$
$$\displaystyle 8\left( 3x+4 \right) \left( 8x+9 \right) \div \left( 3x+4 \right) $$

$$=\dfrac { 8\left( 3x+4 \right) \left( 8x+9 \right)}{ \left( 3x+4 \right)  } $$

$$\displaystyle =8\left( 8x+9 \right) $$

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