Math Problem with \( 2 \cdot 3 \cdot 4^2 \) Words

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A number is eighteen less than negative one more than a second number that is the sum of four and the product of four times the original number and two more than the original number, which is equal to the sum of eight times the original number and the square of the original number by the first number with exactly six factors. Find the absolute value of the sum of the square of that number and the negative number which is three more than the number that is negative two times the answer to this question.

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