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hey, how's it going?

its not lol I am so lost on this it is not even funny!

what is exactly is the question asking?

so does it seem like they want you to find what f(0) and f(2) are?

that would be my guess

are you familiar with what a function is?

i probably would be but this is my first math class in almost 9 years

basically a function is a machine that you feed an x-value, and it spits out a y-value

so whatever number you put into the function machine, it does what it does and you get some output

so instead of it saying -3x^2 I should put the 0 where that x is so it would read (3)(0)^2 ???

right, to find f(0), put a 0 wherever you see an x and keep everything else the same

so my answers would be 5 and 33?

5 looks right, but how did you get 33?

\[(-3(2))^{2} -4(2) +5\]

are those outer parentheses in the first part in the original equation, or did you add them?

I added them

i have to go in a second, but the -3 shouldn't be squared, the exponent only applies to x