anonymous
  • anonymous
clearly a celebrity BWAHAHAHA;)now perform the indicated operation g(a)=3a-4 h(a)=3a squared-a.i know that to find (g-h)(a) you plug something in on the calculater RIGHT?
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No, you subtract the two equations.
anonymous
  • anonymous
if \(g = 3a-4\) and \(h = 3a^2 -a\), what is g - h?
anonymous
  • anonymous
(g-h)(a)=g(a)-h(a)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ok i get that u subtract but what do u do with the (a)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The (a) is just notation that tells you that g and h depend on a.

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