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Evaluate the function f(x) at the given numbers (correct to six decimal places). f(x) = x^2 − 3x/x^2 − x − 6 , x = 3.5

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is it 0.636364
f(x)= (x(x-3))/((x-3)(x+2)) = can you continue it ?
you get the same answer

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continue what i have started
don't need to simplify
by simplifie and will get easy the right result
i'm just confused about rounding my answer
so simplifie by x-3 and see than what will get
okaaay
same answer
0.636363636
so than will get x/(x+2) = if x=3,5 than will get 3,5/(3,5 +2) =3,5 / 5,5 =
=0,636363... yes you are right
do i round it up
0.636364
ok good luck bye

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