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  • 5 years ago

How is this result formed? g(x)=8x-3 I have the answer key showing it setup as g(x+h)-g(x) 8x+8h-3-(8x-3) ---------- -------------- h h

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  1. anonymous
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    That's the difference quotient of g(x)

  2. anonymous
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    i think i see now. let me see if i can explain how im figuring this out without making it more confusing. the 8x+8h-3 is result of plugging in (x+h) in the x spot for 8 -3 and the (8x-3) is there because it is the value of g(x). Am i close or getting even further away from the correct way of doing this problem.

  3. anonymous
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    Yes that's correct.

  4. anonymous
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    Phew thank god. I have to have this and more down solid for my final on monday. Thanks for your help

  5. anonymous
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    g(x+h)-g(x) ----------= h 8(x+h)-3-(8x-3) -------------- h 8x+8h-3-8x+3 ------------- h

  6. anonymous
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    8h -- answ. h

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