Find the LCD of: 6x+12 3 x^2+2x

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Find the LCD of: 6x+12 3 x^2+2x

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Please help me!!
If i was not clear enough: those numbers are the denominator of a fraction, and I need to find the LCD to fully simplify everything!
I take it those are the denominators of the three fractions for which you seek the lowest common denominator.

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I would first convert these three denominators to their prime factors. 6x+12 would become 6(x+2). the 3 remains 3 and the last becomes x(x+2) the LCD would then become 6(x+2)x...Note that the single 3 is contained in the 6. LCD would seem to be
LCD equals 6x(x+2)
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