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Working with polynomial: (12y³ + 8 y² + 20y) / 2y
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User: Working with polynomial: (12y³ + 8 y² + 20y) / 2y

Weegy: x+2y+z --> x = -2y-z
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(12y³ + 8y² + 20y) / (2y)
= (12y³/2y) + (8y²/2y) + (20y/2y)
= 6y^2 + 4y + 10
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