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I'm doing a math induction. I'm unsure how to get (k+4)(k+1)?

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I've got k^3 + 6k^2 + 9k + 4. I need to get (k+4)(k+1).

So I divided (k^3 + 6k^2 + 9k + 4) with (k+1). I assume the numerator would be (k+4)(k+1), but the teacher wrote (k+4)(k+1)(k+1).
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