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Problem 18 Easy Difficulty

Perform the indicated operations.
$$(k+2)\left(12 k^{3}-3 k^{2}+k+1\right)$$


$(k+2)\left(12 k^{3}-3 k^{2}+k+1\right)=12 k^{4}+21 k^{3}-5 k^{2}+2$


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